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Connecting the FortiGate to FortiAuthenticator

  1. To add the FortiAuthenticator as a RADIUS server for FortiGate, connect to the FortiGate, go to User & Device > RADIUS Servers and select Create New.
  2. Set a Name for the server and set Authentication method to Default.

  3. Under Primary Server, set IP/Name to the IP address of the FortiAuthenticator (in this example, 172.25.176.141) and set Secret to the same secret you configured on the FortiAuthenticator.
  4. Select Test Connectivity to make sure you used the proper settings.
  5. To import the user group, go to User & Device > User Groups and create a new group.

  6. Set a Name for the group. Under Remote Groups, select +Add and select the RADIUS server. Set Groups to the RADIUS attribute you assigned to the group (in the example, SSL_VPN_RADIUS).

Connecting the FortiGate to FortiAuthenticator

  1. To add the FortiAuthenticator as a RADIUS server for FortiGate, connect to the FortiGate, go to User & Device > RADIUS Servers and select Create New.
  2. Set a Name for the server and set Authentication method to Default.

  3. Under Primary Server, set IP/Name to the IP address of the FortiAuthenticator (in this example, 172.25.176.141) and set Secret to the same secret you configured on the FortiAuthenticator.
  4. Select Test Connectivity to make sure you used the proper settings.
  5. To import the user group, go to User & Device > User Groups and create a new group.

  6. Set a Name for the group. Under Remote Groups, select +Add and select the RADIUS server. Set Groups to the RADIUS attribute you assigned to the group (in the example, SSL_VPN_RADIUS).