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NPS proxy configuration

NPS proxy configuration

NPS proxy configuration

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I have configured 2x W2K8R2 servers for NPS/RADIUS and configured our WiFi controller to talk to each (one at a time) and clients can connect & authenticate perfectly.

I'd like to set up a new W2K8R2 server as an NPS/RADIUS proxy. It looks basically the same except that in the 'Connection Request Policies' I sent it to forward the request to a server group that contains the other 2 servers. However when I point the WiFi controller to the proxy clients can't connect.

In the 'RADIUS Clients' area of the 2 NPS servers I have the WiFi controller listed. I did the same on the proxy. I have also tried configuring clients for the 2 NPS servers but still can't get clients to connect.

Any ideas what needs to be done to get this to work?

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