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FortiAP Cloud User Guide

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Adding a RADIUS server

Perform this procedure to add a RADIUS server to a FortiAP network and then use this server to authenticate wireless clients.

Procedure steps

  1. On the FortiAP Cloud Home page, select the FortiAP network to which you want to add the RADIUS server.
  2. In the Menu bar, click Configure.
  3. In the Navigation pane, click My RADIUS server.
  4. Click Add My RADIUS Server.
  5. Complete the following fields:

    Name

    Type a name for My RADIUS Server.

    NAS IP

    Type the IP address of the network access server (NAS).

    This field is optional.

    Primary server name/IP

    Type the server name or IP address of the primary RADIUS server.

    Primary server secret

    Type the secret key of the primary RADIUS server.

    Secondary server name/IP

    Type the server name or IP address of the secondary RADIUS server.

    This field is optional.

    Secondary server secret

    Type the secret key of the secondary RADIUS server.

    This field is optional.

    Server port

    If the RADIUS server is not using the default port, then type the server port.

    The default is 1812.

    CoA Status

    Enable Change of Authorization (CoA) to allow the RADIUS server to adjust active client sessions. The AP disconnects user sessions when it receives a Disconnect-Request from the RADIUS server.

  6. To complete the addition of the RADIUS server, click Apply.

Adding a RADIUS server

Perform this procedure to add a RADIUS server to a FortiAP network and then use this server to authenticate wireless clients.

Procedure steps

  1. On the FortiAP Cloud Home page, select the FortiAP network to which you want to add the RADIUS server.
  2. In the Menu bar, click Configure.
  3. In the Navigation pane, click My RADIUS server.
  4. Click Add My RADIUS Server.
  5. Complete the following fields:

    Name

    Type a name for My RADIUS Server.

    NAS IP

    Type the IP address of the network access server (NAS).

    This field is optional.

    Primary server name/IP

    Type the server name or IP address of the primary RADIUS server.

    Primary server secret

    Type the secret key of the primary RADIUS server.

    Secondary server name/IP

    Type the server name or IP address of the secondary RADIUS server.

    This field is optional.

    Secondary server secret

    Type the secret key of the secondary RADIUS server.

    This field is optional.

    Server port

    If the RADIUS server is not using the default port, then type the server port.

    The default is 1812.

    CoA Status

    Enable Change of Authorization (CoA) to allow the RADIUS server to adjust active client sessions. The AP disconnects user sessions when it receives a Disconnect-Request from the RADIUS server.

  6. To complete the addition of the RADIUS server, click Apply.