Note: This integrationrequires that you have already configured your VPN to work with RADIUS. See this article to configure the RADIUS agent.
Overview: This document provides information on how to enable a Windows VPN connection, protected by AuthAnvil On Demand. Before you get started, you will need the following:
The AuthAnvil Authenticator App connected to your AuthAnvil On Demand account
- IP address and PreShared Key for your VPN
Note: If you do not have a mobile device that supports the AuthAnvil Authenticator
Not everyone is going to have a supported smartphone, and in some cases, no smartphone at all. You will still be able to use the VPN connection as you currently are, with just your domain credentials. You will see no difference in your service.
Before you Start
- Ensure you have the AuthAnvil Authenticator loaded on your phone and you have completed the onboarding process.
- Ensure your Active directory password is no more than 15 characters in length as this is currently a limitation of the VPN device. (This is a common limitation of most routers when they are configured to use a PAP connection)