By Greg Keller Posted February 28, 2017
VPNs are notoriously hard to set up and pose even greater challenges due to constant user access requests, account changes, and password and security issues.
Simplify VPN with an LDAP or RADIUS Service
If your users require VPN access to connect to resources, JumpCloud can control VPN authentication to those services directly from a core directory service through its LDAP or RADIUS services. Your users’ VPN log-on experience stays the same, while you benefit from centralized provisioning, deprovisioning, and end-user self service to update their own credentials.
If this sounds like it could be a good fit for your organization, we are offering an opportunity to try this service at no cost. Sign-up for a free JumpCloud IDaaS account and get started today!
Learn More About Cloud LDAP and RADIUS
Here are some resources to help with your use of our cloud identity management platform. Learn how to:
- Configure WAP, VPN, or Router for JumpCloud’s RADIUS-as-a-Service
- Configure OpenVPN for JumpCloud’s LDAP-as-a-Service
- Get Started with JumpCloud LDAP-as-a Service
- Get Started with JumpCloud RADIUS-as-a-Service
JumpCloud’s cloud hosted directory service can securely connect user identities with the IT resources those users need including systems, applications, and networks. JumpCloud’s cloud directory service leverages centralized user management, cloud LDAP, virtual RADIUS, device management, True SSO, multi-factor authentication, and more to deliver a comprehensive identity and access management platform.
Contact Us or Get Started Today
If you would like to learn more about how you can use a cloud hosted LDAP or cloud RADIUS service to authenticate your VPN users, drop us a note. Or, sign-up for a free account and give our IDaaS platform a try for yourself. Your first 10 users are free forever.