Configure RADIUS clients
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NoteThis feature has been deprecated and will be removed in a future release.
The API Gateway provides support for integration with remote systems over the Remote Authentication Dial In User Service (RADIUS) protocol. RADIUS is a client-server network protocol that provides centralized authentication and authorization for clients connecting to remote services. For more details, see the RADIUS specification.
To configure a client connection to a remote server over the RADIUS protocol, under the Environment Configuration > External Connections tree node in the Policy Studio, select **RADIUS Clients
Add a RADIUS Client**. This topic explains how to configure the settings the **RADIUS Client** dialog.
For details on how to configure a RADIUS authentication repository, see RADIUS repositories.
Configure the following fields in the RADIUS Client dialog:
Name: Enter an appropriate name for the RADIUS client to display in Policy Studio.
Host name: Enter the host name used by the RADIUS client.
Client port: Enter the port number used by the RADIUS client.
RADIUS servers: This field displays a list of configured RADIUS servers. To add a server to the list, click Add, and complete the following fields:
|Name||Name of the RADIUS server.|
|Port||Port number used by the RADIUS server.|
|Secret||Shared secret used to access the RADIUS server.|
|Response timeout (sec)||Response timeout in seconds before the connection to the server is closed.|
|Retransmit count||Number of times retransmission is attempted before the connection to the server fails.|
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