Radius Server configuration on B3 Series Switches

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Dear all,

I configured a B3 Enterasys switch (with the latest firmware on it B3-661100008) for MAC authentication purpose via a RADIUS Server (Ip address

I used the following commands:

set radius server 1 1812 Password realm network-access
set radius enable
set macauthentication enable
set macauthentication password Password
set macauthentication port enable *.*.*
set macauthentication portquietperiod 60 *.*.*

The problem is that the switch is not sending any authentication request to Radius Server, tested with tcpdump and wireshark, even if ping the connectivity between them is ok. I used the same configuration on a C5 Enterasys switch and it works!

Somebody could kindly help me?

Thank you in advance
Best Regards
Claudio Minnetti
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Here is one that is working for me on a C5

set radius enable
set radius server 1 1812 mysecret realm any

set dot1x enable
set eapol enable
set eapol auth-mode auto ge.1.1
set eapol auth-mode forced-auth ge.1.24

set multiauth port mode auth-opt ge.1.1
set multiauth port mode force-auth ge.1.1
set multiauth precedence dot1x mac pwa
set multiauth mode multi

set macauthentication password password
set macauthentication port enable ge.1.1
set macauthentication enable