Configure a new AAA policy to determine access to a network and how to control user authorization.
|Sever ID||Displays the numerical server index (1-12) for the accounting server when added to the list available to the access point|
|Server Type||Displays the type of AAA server in use as either Authentication or Accounting|
|Port||Displays the port on which the RADIUS server listens to traffic within the access point managed network. The port range is 1 - 65,535. The default port is 1812|
|Server Host||Displays the IP address or hostname of the RADIUS authentication server. The options are IP/Host, Onboard, Controller, or Centralized|
|IP/Host server host option
Select IP/Host to display the IP address or hostname of the RADIUS authentication server and set the hostname or IP address and password in the Secret field
|Request Attempts||Displays the number of attempts a client can retransmit a missed frame to the RADIUS server before it times out of the authentication session. The available range is from 1 - 10. The default is 3|
|Request Timeout||Displays the time (from 1 - 3600) seconds for the re-transmission of request packets. The default is 5 seconds. If this time is exceeded, the authentication session is terminated|
Accounting is the method of collecting and sending security server information for billing, auditing, and reporting user data; such as captive portal start and stop times, executed commands (such as PPP), number of packets, and number of bytes. Accounting enables wireless network administrators to track captive portal services that users are using.
|Accounting type||Displays the accounting type set for the AAA policy.
The default option is Start/Stop
|Address format||Options include:
The default option is Pair Hyphen
|Server pooling||The server pooling mode controls how requests are transmitted across RADIUS servers. Selecting Fail Over results in working down the list of servers if a server is unresponsive and unavailable. The Load-Balance option uses all available servers transmitting requests in round robin|
|Authentication Protocol||Options include:
The default protocol option is PAP