radius authentication through softethervpn

I found a number of posts related to softether vpn setup and configuration but all the post have overall configuration and non of them have contents to show you how to setup the radius authentication for soft ether vpn. I am writing specifically how to setup the radius authentication.

Once you have setup the virtual hub and setup the admin password and then setup the IPSEC Nat Enable.

Now you are going to setup user authentication.

  1. Create User in vpnhub environment through ./vpncmd command
    1. ./vpncmd
    2. UserCreate *
      UserCreate command – Create User
      Assigned Group Name:

      User Full Name:

      User Description:

      The command completed successfully.

      VPN Server/VPN>UserRadiusSet
      UserRadiusSet command – Set RADIUS Authentication for User Auth Type
      User Name: *

      Alias Name for Authentication (Optional):

      The command completed successfully.

    3. VPN Server/VPN>RadiusServerGet
      RadiusServerGet command – Get Setting of RADIUS Server Used for User Authentication
      Item |Value
      —————–+——-
      Use RADIUS Server|Disable
      The command completed successfully.
    4. VPN Server/VPN>RadiusServerSet
      RadiusServerSet command – Set RADIUS Server to use for User Authentication
      Host Number and Port Number of RADIUS Server to Use: **.**.**.**

       

      Please enter the password. To cancel press the Ctrl+D key.

      Password: **********
      Confirm input: **********

       

      Retry Interval (milliseconds): 800

      The command completed successfully.

      VPN Server/VPN>RadiusServerGet
      RadiusServerGet command – Get Setting of RADIUS Server Used for User Authentication
      Item |Value
      —————————————+————-
      Use RADIUS Server |Enable
      RADIUS Server Host Name or IP Address: |**.**.**.**
      RADIUS Server Port Number |1812
      Shared Secret |testing123
      Retry Interval (in milliseconds) |800
      The command completed successfully.

       

    5.  Please change the **.**.**.** with your server IP address. Now you will be able to login your radius server.

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