I configured a Windows Server 2008 to act as a RADIUS server for a combination of CTP boxes (CTPView, CTP150 and CTP2024). Using the custom RADIUS dictionary that comes with the CTP RADIUS guide, I was able to authenticate and authorize a domain user account to be a CTP admin account and perform administrative tasks. However, this is only possible with the CTP150 and CTPView servers. The CTP2024 somehow does not understand the attributes being sent by the RADIUS server. When I authenticate with a CTP150/CTPView, I get all-you-can-eat access to those boxes. But If I use the same username/password with a CTP2024, I only end up with a read-only account. Is the CTP2024 using a different VSA for RADIUS that is different from the CTP150/CTPView? If so, where can I get the list so I can pass an admin-level attribute from RADIUS to the CTP2024? Thanks.
... View more