After having read the Meraki configuration regarding external Radius setup, I noticed it is stated I should expose my Radius server to the Internet. However, this is not possible in our current network infrastructure. So I configured one AP (for testing purpose) with local Radius IP (our infrastructure is basically a Metropol Area Network so our routers use internal IPs s and routes) and it seems to be working. Now if I want to configure other APs (63 in total) to be authenticated on my Radius server, do I have to create 60+ client entries on my Radius server (for each AP) or is there anyway to configure for instance 2 APs which would be acting as Radius proxies? The purpose would be to direct Radius traffic from the 60+ other APs to those "proxified" APs and avoid inserting many radius entries.
To sum up, the scenario would look like:
2 APs (proxies) configured with my Radius server infos and authenticated on my Radius server.
60+ APs configured with these proxies IPs <-- no need to allow these APs on my Radius server.