You can authentication remote fortimail clients using the Jumpcloud Radius-as-a-Service cloud hosted.
The JumpCloud radius servers are located at the following ipv4 address.The are hosted in a google cloud instance
1st, you need to ensure the fortimail has a clear path for communication on udp/1812 for the 2 radius servers.
2nd, you will configure the jump cloud for your radius-client ( the actual fortimail device )
3rd, we will define radius end-users using the "+" for adding new users. The interface is simple but very effective and you should have no problem defining the user details.
Here's the profile that we will use;
And the user-name with authentication options;
And then back in jump cloud we will define the radius_client cfg by defining the ipv4 address , and secret for each fortimail device.
And that's all you need for the authentication of the fortinet fortimail to a RADIUSaaS
The mail-client upon activation , will get a email-notice and link for reset the password.
e.g ( inside VIP with the jumpcloud nodes as pool members )
( FGT_OS SLB CFG or any SLB )
config firewall vip
set uuid 41bbc114-0053-51e7-f7a3-46fbfce6ac39
set type server-load-balance
set extip 184.108.40.206
set extintf "lan"
set extport 1812
set server-type udp
set ip 220.127.116.11
set port 1812
set ip 18.104.22.168
set port 1812
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