RADIUS server Tags: LAN VPN Servers Wireless Networking Last response: August 20, 2006 1:51 PM in Wireless Networking Share ksc133 August 20, 2006 3:29:35 AM hi folks, i've setup a win2003 CA/Radius server (same box) for WIFI in my office. my question is should my CA/Radius server be in LAN or DMZ? cos i was also thinking of getting my CA/RADIUS to be use for win2003 VPN servers. putting CA/RADIUS in LAN for VPN seems like a dangerous idea? pls advise thanks More about : radius server blue68f100 August 20, 2006 1:51:40 PM You want it on the LAN side, so you are still behind a nat. A dmz is open the world. With most VPN when you set them up it ask for the IP or server name of the radius server. All auth will be done through the ipsec tunnel Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumAssistance with a RADIUS Server through NPS ForumRADIUS SERVER SUGGESTIONS?? ForumRADIUS Server that Forces User *and* Computer Authenticati.. Forum802.1x and RADIUS servers ForumMost popular Radius servers in the IT market ForumShould i enable Radius on my firewall ForumDoes AP require RADIUS client for wireless domain logon? ForumMicrosoft IAS Radius authenticate to subnets ForumC++ RADIUS client ForumEnterprise CA and RADIUS authentication ForumMicrosoft IAS Radius and session timeout setting ForumMicrosoft IAS Patch to Correct Very Slow RADIUS /802.1X Aut.. ForumNortel BPS2k & BS5510 Radius attributes ForumVerizon Modem into Router Forumwireless printer server question (...err, maybe not) ForumNot enough server storage error ForumRADIUS server ForumProxy server help! ForumWired Print Server and Wireless Access Point ForumUsing a D-Link DI-824VUP as a Print Server More resources Read discussions in other Wireless Networking categories Configuration Security Connectivity !