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Meraki AP & Radius Integration

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Meraki AP & Radius Integration

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I have been working a test network to get Meraki AP with Radius integration based on instructions in below youtube video. I found when I followed this video, I was not successful in my setup unless I removed the TunnelPvt-Group-ID (vlan number) attritube from the configure radius attributes piece. Once I removed that, I was able to get my devices connected to the wifi with WPA2- Enterprise (my radius server) User credentials are validated with 802.1X at association time

 

I also did not use vlan tagging

 

Is this approach not correct?

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mMSSfy_mIlQ

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that is exactly what it was. We were using VLAN override. I just wanted to be sure that I was doing it correctly. I had the following set up:

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Tunnel-Type = "VLAN",
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Tunnel-Medium-Type = "IEEE-802",
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Tunnel-Private-Group-ID = "128"


I kept the 1st two attributes and then removed the third one. Everything worked as it should.
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