2 Replies Latest reply on May 30, 2018 11:50 AM by anchor

    2-factor AUTH for VPN client connections possible?

    anchor New Member

      Wondering if it's possible to implement 2AUTH with the 3448 and NCP software or any other solution?

        • Re: 2-factor AUTH for VPN client connections possible?
          mick Visitor

          You could argue VPN uses 2FA by design, at least when you use TLS client certificates and XAUTH.  The username and password for XAUTH is two things you only know (typically these would be specific only to this user) and the client certificate is something you only have (client certificates ought to be unique to each client).


          If however, you mean a two step verification using an Out-Of-Band mechanism, then this may be possible when using an external RADIUS server in combination with e.g. Google Authenticator, or other token based mechanism.  I'd be interested to know the specifics if someone has deployed such a system.




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