Using RADIUS server group settings

Article:HOWTO81746  |  Created: 2012-10-25  |  Updated: 2014-09-21  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO81746
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Using RADIUS server group settings

You can configure the LAN Enforcer to connect to one or more RADIUS servers.

You need to specify RADIUS servers as part of a RADIUS server group. Each group can contain one or more RADIUS servers. The purpose of a RADIUS server group is for RADIUS servers to provide failover. If one RADIUS server in the RADIUS server group becomes unavailable, the LAN Enforcer tries to connect with another RADIUS server that is part of the RADIUS server group.

You can add, edit, and delete the name of a RADIUS server group in the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager Console.

See Adding a RADIUS server group name and RADIUS server.

See Deleting the name of a RADIUS server group.

Add, edit, and delete the name, host name, IP address, authentication port number, and the shared secret of a RADIUS server in the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager Console.

See Adding a RADIUS server group name and RADIUS server.

See Editing the friendly name of a RADIUS server.

See Editing the host name or IP address of a RADIUS server.

See Editing the authentication port number of a RADIUS server.

See Editing the shared secret of a RADIUS server.

See Deleting a RADIUS server.


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