The LoginTC RADIUS Connector 2.X virtual appliance is built with CentOS 6.8. CentOS 6.X is End of Lifetime (EOL) November 30th, 2020. See CentOS Product Specifications. Although the appliance will still function it will no longer receive updates and nor will it be officially supported.
A new LoginTC RADIUS Connector 3.X virtual appliance has been created which runs CentOS 7.7.1908. It is virtually identical to the existing appliance, with the exception of the underlying operating system. Inline upgrade from CentOS 6.X to CentOS 7.X is not supported. As a result upgrade is deploying a new appliance. A migration script has been created to help quickly copy over existing configurations and ssl certificates to the new appliance and minimize manual steps.
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logintc-user is used for SSH and web access. The default password is
logintcradius. You will be asked to change the default password on first boot of the appliance and will not be able to access the web interface unless it is changed.
curl -O https://www.logintc.com/downloads/logintc-radius-connector-migrate-1.0.1.sh
sudo sh logintc-radius-connector-migrate-1.0.1.sh IP_ADDRESS_EXISTING_LOGINTC_RADIUS_CONNECTOR
IP_ADDRESS_EXISTING_LOGINTC_RADIUS_CONNECTORto the IP Address of the LoginTC RADIUS Connector you will be migrating from.
logintc-useron the existing LoginTC RADIUS Connector
The migration script will restart services once it is complete (2-4 seconds).
NTP Server settings can be updated on the web based control panel under Settings > NTP Server.
Output SHA‑1 should match:
Close the console and navigate to your appliance web interface URL. Use username
logintc-user and the password you set upon initial launch of the appliance. Select a Configuration and then
Test Configuration. Ensure that it behaves as expected.
Now configure the RADIUS Client (i.e. VPN, Web Access Manager, Unix host etc…) to point to the new LoginTC RADIUS Connector. Please refer to the appropriate documentation: LoginTC Connectors. Test that the environment behaves as appropriate.
An alternative method would be to set the static IP Address of the new LoginTC RADIUS Connector to the same as the old one. The old appliance will need to an alternative IP Address to avoid network conflicts.`
Follow these instructions to upgrade your LoginTC RADIUS virtual appliance to the latest 2.X version (2.7.1):
curl -O https://www.logintc.com/downloads/logintc-radius-connector-2.7.1-upgrade.sh
sudo sh logintc-radius-connector-2.7.1-upgrade.sh
The upgrade script will restart your appliance after upgrading.
Output SHA‑1 should match: