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If I'm using vSZ, do I need to add each AP as a RADIUS client in my RADIUS server?

New Contributor
I'm using Ruckus vSZ with many APs (98). I have a RADIUS server stood up and authenticating users on the network. Currently, I'm getting authentications, so it's working at some level, but I'm also getting error ID 13: A RADIUS message was received from the invalid RADIUS client IP address x.x.x.x for every AP that actually has users authenticated on it.

Do I need to add all these APs as RADIUS clients? Or is there a setting I'm missing on the vSZ?

New Contributor III
Try using the vSZ Proxy so it is setup as the RADIUS client and all RADIUS requests go through it. Services & Profiles>Authentication>Proxy (SZ Authenticator)
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And to get to your Proxy configuration, make sure to check the below box:
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I'm actually already using the vSZ as a proxy.