Configure a Radius server on Windows Server to authenticate Cisco VPN users
A Virtual Private Network (VPN) allows to connect to a private network through the Internet, from anywhere in the world.
It may be very helpful to business users willing to access from outside the internal resources of their company.
In this post we’ll see how you can allow Active Directory users to perform the login to a VPN, configured on a Cisco router.
The setup includes a Cisco 1801 router, configured with a Road Warrior VPN, and a server with Windows Server 2012 R2 where we installed and activated the domain controller and Radius server role.