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You need to deploy Microsoft NPS on-premise, then install the Azure MFA plug into NPS. The you can point the MX to the NPS radius server to do the client vpn authentication.
I trying setup MFA server with meraki
I setup it as radius server point to meraki then I point meraki to it and it gives me the error a radius message was received from an invalid radius client ip which point to the meraki
The MFA server is very simple configure just need to enable radius and point to firewall what am I missing
I do not want to use the extension for nps since 1 it does not work and second it very limited
You don't point the MFA server at the firewall.
You add the MX as a client of the RADIUS server. Also you will need the client configured to use push notifications.
The reason why there isn't much effort is Microsoft have only made a half-hearted effort at providing MFA outside of the core Office 365 family of products.
You might want to consider one of the more serious MFA providers like Duo.
I found out that Duo is cloud base solution therefore we can not use it in our environment.
I need an prem solution or steps for NPS?MFA server, please