Do you have computer virtualization software, such as VMWare ESXi or VirtualBox?
Does your Virtual Machine meet these requirements: 1024 MiB RAM, 8 GiB disk size?
Step 2: Create a Domain
In LoginTC Admin, click Domains. Then Create Domain. (The domain represents the VPN you want to protect with LoginTC.)
Step 3: Install
Download the latest LoginTC RADIUS Connector and then unzip the file.
Import the Open Virtualization Format (OVF) file into your computer virtualization software and start the virtual appliance.
Step 4: Navigate the console dashboard
Once you set the LoginTC user password (default: logintcradius), decide whether you want to configure the appliance network by DHCP (default) or manually (Network Configuration / DNS Configuration). To access the extremely user-friendly web-based interface, select Web Server then Start.
Step 5: Navigate to the web interface
Just type the URL presented in the information box into your web browser!
Thanks to this new GUI, 2FA configuration takes you minutes as opposed to hours!
Step 6: Configure
The GUI will walk you through the next steps, step-by-step in a very straightforward manner. It will ask you to configure your LoginTC settings (which LoginTC organization and domain to use), the optional first factor authentication that will be used in conjunction with LoginTC, your RADIUS client (VPN) and offer an encryption option. Just fill in the forms.
Step 7: Test
How LoginTC works in tandem with your VPN
Although you will have already passed through mandatory testing at every stage of the process in order to highlight any possible errors that occurred along the way, you will now conduct a final test of your configuration by creating a test user in LoginTC Admin.
Issue Token to your test user and enter the Activation Code that appears beside the username into the user’s LoginTC mobile or chrome app to create a credential. Lock with a PIN or passcode.
Return to the GUI and Test Configuration.
The user should receive a simulated authentication request!
Step 8: Configure your RADIUS Client
Now that LoginTC is set up, set your RADIUS device to use the LoginTC RADIUS Connector as its authentication source, and set the RADIUS timeout to 60 seconds to allow enough time for LoginTC authentication responses.
Step 9: Manage your users
Enroll your users and provision their tokens from LoginTC Admin. There are several options for this so choose the one that best suits your needs.
Step 10: Breathe easier because your network is protected by LoginTC!
*NOTE: All the above information is available in greater detail WITH GRAPHIC/IMAGE-BASED INSTRUCTIONS on our docs page.
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