F5® BIG-IQ® Centralized Management can verify user credentials against your company's RADIUS server. After you set up BIG-IQ to use your RADIUS server, you can add users and user groups authorized by that server.
Before you set up BIG-IQ Centralized Management for authentication and authorization with your RADIUS server, gather the following information.
|Required Information||This is||For my RADIUS server|
|Name||The name of your RADIUS server.|
|Host||The IP address or host name of your RADIUS server.|
|Port||The port number of your RADIUS server.|
|Secret||The case-sensitive text string used to validate communication.|
|Test user name and password||A user name and password, authenticated on your RADIUS server.|
|Key and Value properties for your RADIUS server||The RADIUS server uses this for authentication and encryption.|
You can set up BIG-IQ to use your company's RADIUS server. You can add two additional backup RADIUS servers in case the primary server is not available for authentication.
The primary server is mandatory. A secondary server and tertiary server, which will be used if the primary or secondary servers fail, are optional.
Some RADIUS deployments include non-standard, vendor-specific attributes in the dictionary files. For these deployments, you must update the BIG-IQ system's default dictionary.
rm TinyRadius-1.0.jar jar cvf TinyRadius-1.0.jar *
mount -o remount,rw /usr cp /var/tmp/TinyRadius-1.0.jar /usr/share/java mount -o remount,ro /usr bigstart restart restjavad
The full name can contain a combination of symbols, letters, numbers and spaces.