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Nomadix Configuration for Kiwire

This guide shows how to configure a Nomadix device with Kiwire. The test below is based on AG 5900 v8.14.018. A. Nomadix AG 5900 Configuration

Step 1 – Create the Radius Profile.

  • Go to Configuration > Realm-Based Routing and create a new RADIUS Service Profile.
  • Enable RADIUS Authentication Service: Enable
  • Protocol: PAP
  • Primary IP / DNS: IP Address of Kiwire; Port: 1812; Secret Key: shared secret key
  • Enable RADIUS Accounting Service: Enable
  • Primary IP / DNS: IP Address of Kiwire; Port: 1813; Secret Key: shared secret key

Step 2 – RADIUS client setting.

  • Go to Configuration > RADIUS Client
  • Default RADIUS Mode: Fixed
  • Default RADIUS Service Profile: Select RADIUS Service Profile created in step 1
  • Under Miscellaneous Options, enable below:

Step 3 – Enable URL Redirection.

  • Send NAS identifier
  • NAS Identifier: value is specified in the Configuration > Summary, WAN MAC Address (WAN). In this example, the value is 0050E804394C

Step 4 – Send Framed IP.

  • Enable Termination-Action Radius Attribute
  • Enable Goodbye URL

Step 5 – Enable the AAA service.

  • Go to Configuration > AAA. Under Options tab, configure as below:
  • Logout IP: or or or
  • Configure the XML Interface. Enable Authentication via XML and via IP Address
  • XML SERVER 1 IP: IP Address of Kiwire
  • HTTPS Redirection: Enable

Step 6 – Go to Configuration > AAA. Under Internal Web Server Tab, configure as below:

  • Enable Portal Page
  • Portal Page URL: http:///user
  • Parameter Passing: Enable
  • Portal XML Post Port: 80

Step 7 – Enable Passthrough Addresses

  • Go to Configuration > Passthrough Addresses, add IP/DNS Name for white lists
SiteIP / DNS Name
Facebook* * * * * * *
Twitter* *
Instagram* *
VKontakte* * *
VKontakte* * *
Zalo* * * **
Line** * * *

Step 8 – Enable VLAN

  • Go to Configuration > Port-Location
  • Enable VLAN IDs: 802.1Q two-way
  • Go to Port-Location, Add a Port Location. In this example, we are going to create VLAN200 using Subnet

Step 9 – Create DHCP for VLAN

  • Go to Configuration > DHCP and add a new DHCP Pool.

B. Kiwire ConfigurationStep 1 – Create DHCP for VLAN

  • Adding NAS in Kiwire Login to Kiwire Captive Portal, go to Device > NAS and add NAS information.
  • Device Type: Nomadix – XML
  • NAS Identifier: Same value as NAS id set in NAG but with lower case letter
  • IP Address: WAN IP address of NAG
  • Shared Secret Key: Same value as Secret Key set in NAG
  • COA Port: 80
  • Nas Username: NAG username
  • Nas Password: NAG password
  • Address: Address of NAG (optional)
  • Description: Description of NAS (optional) Community: SNMP community (optional)
  • SNMPV: SNMP version (optional)
  • MIB: Select the list of MIB (optional)

Step 2 – Creating Zone

  • Go to Devices > Zone and create a new Zone
  • Zone Name: Name of the zone
  • Link to User: Select the username to link to this zone (optional)
  • Limited Connected User: Limit the total connected user for this zone (optional). Left it empty for unlimited
  • Status: Enable

Step 3 – Once the zone is created, edit the zone to add the zone details and save it.

  • For zoning with Nomadix, only User IP Address and NAS ID is supported
  • User IP Address: subnet of user (eg#
  • NAS ID: NAS id of NAG
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