FortiToken Two-Factor Authentication with FortiAuthenticator RADIUS (Video)

In this video, you will set up FortiAuthenticator to function as a RADIUS server to allow FortiToken two-factor authentication for SSL VPN users. You will create a user, assign a FortiToken 200 to the user, and set up the RADIUS client on the FortiAuthenticator. You will then create the SSL VPN tunnel and configure the RADIUS server on the FortiGate.

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Adam Bristow

Adam Bristow

Technical Writer at Fortinet
Adam Bristow is a Technical Writer working for the FortiOS technical documentation team. He has a Honours Bachelor of Arts in English and Minor in Film Studies and a graduate certificate in Technical Writing from Algonquin College. Stay tuned for more FortiOS Cookbook videos!
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