Verifying your setup for authentication, authorization, and auditing
After you configure authentication and traffic management virtual servers and before you create user accounts, you should verify that both virtual servers are configured correctly and are in the UP state.
To verify authentication virtual server setup by using the command line interface
At the command prompt, type the following command:
show authentication vserver <name>
```show authentication vserver Auth-Vserver-2 Auth-Vserver-2 (10.102.29.77:443) - SSL Type: CONTENT State: UP Client Idle Timeout: 180 sec Down state flush: DISABLED Disable Primary Vserver On Down : DISABLED Authentication : ON Current AAA Users: 0 Authentication Domain: myCompany.employee.com Done```
To verify your authentication, authorization, and auditing virtual server setup by using the configuration utility
- Navigate to Security > AAA - Application Traffic > Virtual Servers.
- Review the information in the AAA Virtual Servers pane to verify that your configuration is correct and your authentication virtual server is accepting traffic. You can select a specific virtual server to view detailed information in the details pane.