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The SBC Core is configurable using CLI and EMA interfaces, and the access to these interfaces are authenticated using the user credentials. User credentials can be verified using local or external authentication.

For local authentication, the user credentials are validated against locally stored user database and for external authentication, the user credentials are sent to an remote RADIUS server and authenticated.

To configure RADIUS authentication for SBC Core, you must first enable external authentication and then configure the remote RADIUS server.

Enabling Remote Authentication

To enable remote authentication:

  1. Login to SBC CLI.

  2. Change to the Configuration mode:

    > configure private
  3. Execute the following command:

    % set system admin <system name> localAuthenticationEnabled false externalAuthenticationEnabled true
For CLI configuration details, see Admin (CLI). To enable the external authentication using EMA, see Administration - Users and Application Management.

Configuring RADIUS Server

To configure the remote RADIUS Server:

  1. Login to SBC CLI.

  2. Change to the Configuration mode:

    > configure private
  3. Execute the following command:

    % set oam radiusAuthentication radiusServerIp <serverIP> radiusSharedSecret <shared_secret> radiusNasIp <nas IP> radiusServerPort <radius_server_port>
For CLI configuration details, see Radius Authentication (CLI). To configure RADIUS server using EMA, see Users and Application Management - Radius Authentication.
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