Troubleshoot RADIUS connection to VIP Enterprise Gateway.
NTRadPing is a useful tool for testing installations of your RADIUS validation servers. This tool mimics a NAS client and simulates an actual authentication request by sending the request directly to a specific RADIUS validation service. Before sending a request, you'll need to configure the validation servers IP address (located in the validation server settings), the RADIUS shared secret key, and a username. Don't check the "CHAP" checkbox.
RADIUS Server/port - Validation Server IP address and port (ie. 1812)
RADIUS Secret Key - Shared secret set up on the UA validation server
User-Name - Username of the test user
Password - OTP from the token assigned to the user Note: The password should be as it is configured in the validation server settings (e.g., security code, LDAP Password+Security Code, Access PIN+Security Code, LDAP Password+Security Code+RADIUS Access Challenge).
In the lower-right list box, the results of the RADIUS request will be displayed, along with a complete dump of all the returned RADIUS attributes. If the validation is successful but an actual validation from the 3rd party integration fails, there is likely a configuration issue with the response being sent to the validation server from that 3rd-party integration (i.e., Cisco, Citrix, etc). If the validation fails, check the server.log on the VIP Enterprise Gateway for more information.