Radius Use Cases

To clarify use of Radius authentication, consider the following use cases:

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These assume both authentication sources are enabled in login-config.xml as described in RADIUS Authentication. This queries both sources uniquely.

Scenario 1:

1. Create account test with password test in RADIUS.

2. Create account test with password test in Redcell.

3. Login to Redcell using test/test

Expected Result:

User test can log into Redcell via RADIUS authentication

Scenario 2:

1. Create account test with password test in RADIUS.

2. Create account test with password test in Redcell

3. Login to Redcell using test/test

Expected Result:

User test can log into Redcell via RADIUS authentication

Scenario 3:

1. Create account test with password test in RADIUS.

2. Create account test with password test in Redcell

3. Login to Redcell using test/test123

Expected Result:

User test cannot log into Redcell via RADIUS authentication.

Scenario 4:

1. Create account test with password test in Redcell.

2. Login to Redcell using test/test. Note that test/test account is not in RADIUS server.

Expected Result:

User test is unable to login to Redcell.

Scenario 5:

1. Login to Redcell using abc/abc. Note that abc/abc account is not on RADIUS or Redcell.

Expected Result:

User abc is unable to login to Redcell.