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  • Step A: Configure the Settings tab.
  • Step B: Click the the IdP Realms tab to add or edit Authentication API realms to be used with the RADIUS server.
  • Step C: Click the the RADIUS Clients tab to add and configure settings for the RADIUS client(s).

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See Export SecureAuth IdP RADIUS server certificate   for information about using the Export Server Certificate link.

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By default a single row appears populated with client information that can be modified on the the Edit RADIUS Client   page:

  • Client Name – a friendly name for the client can be manually entered.
  • Client IP Address – asterisk ( * ) indicates the client IP will be mapped to all RADIUS client IPs configured.
  • Authentication Workflow – default workflow selection is Password | Timed Passcode or Second Factor.
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1. Click the "i" at the start of the row – a window appears showing details about the RADIUS client.

RADIUS Client section shows:

  • IP Address – the client's IP address, or an asterisk ( * ) which indicates the client IP will be mapped to all RADIUS client IPs configured.
  • Date Created – client creation date using the MM-DD-YYYY format.
  • Date Modified – most recent client modification date using the MM-DD-YYYY format.

IdP Settings section shows:

  • IdP Realm – URL / realm number selected.
  • Workflow – one of eight selections made for this client (the default is Password | Timed Passcode or Second Factor).
  • Adaptive Authentication – "Active" or "Inactive" status depending on whether or not this feature is enabled.

2. Click Edit  to go to the   Edit RADIUS Client   page, or click the "X" in the upper right corner to exit the window .


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