10-24-2012 10:04 AM - edited 07-03-2021 10:55 PM
Hey has anyone had any luck configuing their wireless controller for radius authentication using Windows 2008 R2 Network Policy Server? Are there certain Cisco attributes that have to be specified in the policy? I can seem to get it to work. I have LDAP working successfully just not radius.
10-24-2012 10:43 AM
Nevermind I found the issue.
10-24-2012 02:29 PM
Hello. I have some issues while trying to configure NPS with WLC. Could you kind please share screenshot of NPS wifi security policy, please.
10-24-2012 02:32 PM
I followed this guide, really simple and it worked for me on my 2504 WLC.
04-30-2015 07:22 AM
I have question about the WLC 2504 and authentication with NPS server ? I successfully configured Policy on NPS server for the WLC management login: I configured an AD user that can login to the WLC with admin right but my question is about how to use the same NPS server to give access the same users member of the another AD group to authenticate on the Wifi with web authentication page configured on one of our Wlan ?
If I put the management login policy first on NPS this user (X) can gain access as WLC admin to manage the controller, but he cannot gain access on the web page login to gain access on the Wifi, because the first policy that is (management login) match. And if I put the web authentication policy first he can gain access to Wifi because this policy match but he cannot gain access to the WLC management.
The question is how to differentiate both policies on the same NPS server ? if it possible ?
Thanks for your help
04-28-2013 12:06 PM
Anytime you face issues while authenticating wireless users with NPS, check the event viewer logs on it. It will surely take you in the right direction. In case you have any issues analysing the same, post it here.
Let me know in case you still have any issues.
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04-29-2013 10:33 AM
I upgraded the ios to 15.2(2)JB for Cisco 1260 and the AP worked fine and the users connected and no connections were dropped, the problem after a couple of minutes I couldn’t connect to the AP using the web browser and when I tried to ping the AP address it timeout, tried to reboot and nothing changed I couldn’t log onto it using the web browser and users where now failing to authenticate, I tried to log on using the console cable and all setting were still in place changed the AP's ip address, soon after that I was able to ping the new configured ip address and I was able to connect using the web interface and users were able to connect, when I updated the AP's ip address on the radius server, I started to have problems I wasn’t able to connect to the AP using the web interface and also couldn’t ping it, reboot AP and still couldn’t log on to it and users failed to connect as they were getting authentication failures.
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