Join Mike Meyers for an in-depth discussion in this video AAA, part of CompTIA Network+ (N10-006) Cert Prep: 4 Making TCP/IP Work.
- To understand how RADIUS works…what I wanna start out with are these three blocks…and these three blocks are gonna represent…three different devices.…Now, way over here on the right,…we're gonna have a RADIUS server.…Now a radius server is just a system…that's running some type of RADIUS authentication software.…There's Microsoft IAS.…There's third party tools like Steel-Belted Radius.…There are open source ones like Open Radius.…
So it's some type of authentication software…that's running on a system here.…Now the next thing you're going to have…is a RADIUS client.…The RADIUS client is not who's actually being authenticated.…His job is to handle authentication requests…from RADIUS supplicants.…These are the guys who wanna get authenticated.…He's just the intermediary who makes the request…to the server itself.…If we take a look at this, this is gonna be,…let's say we have a wireless network for example,…so what I can do here, let's have a little fun,…I'm gonna put a little antenna into him.…
There you go!…Now we've got a little wireless antenna…
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