NAS-Identifier. Specify the name that identifies the Network Access Server (NAS) client to the RADIUS server. NOTE: If you do not specify the NAS identifier, the value specified in the Hostname field on the System > Network > Overview page of the administrator console is used. If you use the RADIUS proxy feature, the NAS-Identifier field is not
RFC 2865 RADIUS June 2000 This specification concerns the following values: 1 User-Name 2 User-Password 3 CHAP-Password 4 NAS-IP-Address 5 NAS-Port 6 Service-Type 7 Framed-Protocol 8 Framed-IP-Address 9 Framed-IP-Netmask 10 Framed-Routing 11 Filter-Id 12 Framed-MTU 13 Framed-Compression 14 Login-IP-Host 15 Login-Service 16 Login-TCP-Port 17 Microsoft NPS as a RADIUS Server for WiFi Networks: SSID Mar 22, 2014 Configuring RADIUS Authentication with a Sign-on Splash The Cisco Meraki MR Access Points and MX Security Appliance allow a Splash Page to be configured, requiring users to interact with this captive portal before being granted network access. One configuration option for this Splash Page is to allow authentication with an existing RADIUS server on the network, so users must enter their domain credentials to get through the Splash Page.
*Dec 16 13:43:36.520: RADIUS: NAS-Port-Id  9 "0/0/1/2" *Dec 16 13:43:36.520: RADIUS: Service-Type  6 Framed  *Dec 16 13:43:36.520: RADIUS: NAS-IP-Address  6 172.16.0.1
RADIUS Options - Advanced Authentication - Administration A user initiates authentication from RADIUS Client 2 (NAS ID: 0789id) LDAP + SMS. Group names of the user is displayed on the RADIUS Client 2 after successful authentication. Scenario 2: Mapping RADIUS requests to a Specific RADIUS Server Event based on NAS ID and Display Email Address of the Authenticated User. Error communicating with NAP using radius. A malformed
Mar 22, 2014 · As discussed previously, the NAS-ID parameter is available across many different wireless vendors. Although I have presented a Cisco example in this article, many other vendors support the same RADIUS parameter. I'd recommend using the NAS-ID parameter where possible as it is slightly easier to use and more flexible to use.
May 07, 2019 How to configure RADIUS NAS ID in Zone Director | Ruckus I want to specify the NAS ID for RADIUS authentication in Zone Director. How can I do it? Chee How Lim. 2 Posts 0 Reply Likes Posted 5 years ago. Me Too. Un-Me Too. 1. Follow. Unfollow. 2. 1 Reply; 5 years ago. DSE. 68 Posts 4 Reply Likes Hello Chee, you have to do by CLI mode. Knowledge Base - Customer Support - ServiceNow $ sudo radtest donald xxxxxx radius.us.onelogin.com 0 test123 Sent Access-Request Id 41 from 0.0.0.0:56852 to 188.8.131.52:1812 length 76 User-Name = "donald" User-Password = "xxxxxx" NAS-IP-Address = 10.13.10.251 NAS-Port = 0 Message-Authenticator = 0x00 Cleartext-Password = "xxxxxx" Received Access-Accept Id 41 from 184.108.40.206:1812 to 10