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RADIUS for Wireless

I would like to setup a secure wireless environment with some CISCO
Aironets. We have already purchased the aironets (1100's) but have yet to
setup the security.

I'm looking for the security to:
- restrict by MAC address (I know these addresses can be forged but
that's ok)
- turn off wireless access during certain periods of day

Most of all, I'm looking for simplicity. Is the RADIUS nlm the way to go?
I'm hoping a few people can submit their opinions and what they recommend.
I appreciate any feedback and any time you spend replying!


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Re: RADIUS for Wireless

Tom wrote:

> Most of all, I'm looking for simplicity. Is the RADIUS nlm the way to go?


No, the Netware radius server cannot do 802.1x authentication, so it's
not useful for wireless.

> I'm hoping a few people can submit their opinions and what they recommend.
> I appreciate any feedback and any time you spend replying!


You will need to go with another Radius server such as freeRADIUS,
Radiator, Stell Belted Radius, etc.


--
Jim
NSC Sysop
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