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I'm deploying an IKEv2 VPN authenticating against a RADIUS service within a pfSense 2.3-RELEASE box. But I'm afraid of the complications of this approach when the RADIUS server is down.

Since the RADIUS is behind the pfSense box, in an event of a failure, I'll lose the ability to connect to the IKEv2 VPN and left without any option to enter the LAN.

I could do a simple workaround with some fallback mode with a local user account within the pfSense box, but the problem is this "fallback mode". This even exist?

What are the options in this case?

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I haven't configured radius, but I am authenticating IPSec against AD with pfsense.

On the mobile client tab you can select multiple auth points. The list runs top down.

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