[NEBULA] How to configure the AP Security with WPA2 Enterprise

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edited July 17, 2020 3:10PM in Configurations

How to configure the AP Security with WPA2 Enterprise

The example shows administrators how to configure the AP Security with WPA2 Enterprise. There are two ways for using WPA2 Enterprise for an SSID, Nebula cloud authentication, and My RADIUS server.

Figure 1   Using WPA2 Enterprise authentication


 Note:

All configurations are used as examples in this article. Please replace them with your actual network configuration. This example was tested using NWA1123-AC PRO (Firmware Version: V5.50).

 


Configure WPA2-Enterprise – Nebula Cloud Authentication

 

1     After logging to NCC, select Authentication in AP > Configure > Authentication.

 

2     Select the SSID you want to set in the authentication page, and select to WPA2-Enterprise with Nebula cloud authentication.

 

3     Go to ORGANIZATION > Configure > Cloud authentication and create a user by selecting Account Type.

 

4     Click +Add and fill in the user’s information, and then click Create user. Click Save for changing.

 

Configure WPA2-Enterprise – My RADIUS Server

 

1     After logging to NCC, select Authentication in AP > Configure > Authentication.

 

2     Select the SSID you want to set in the authentication page, and select to WPA2-Enterprise with My RADIUS server.

 

3     Fill in the Radius server information and click Save.


4     Go to ORGANIZATION > Configure > Cloud authentication and create a user by selecting Account Type.

 

5     Click +Add and fill in the user’s information, and then click Create user. Click Save for changing.

 


 

Test the Result

 

1     The WLAN security of authentication in the SSID page is showed as  the following setting.

 

2     After the client is connected to the AP, there’s a pop-up window to ask for username/ password.


3     You can also check the client status in AP > Monitor > Client. The Security of this client shows WPA2-Enterprise.


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