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  • Can RADIUS client shared secret be blank?

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    When setting up NPAS and the RADIUS client (a TP-Link router used for the gateway) for remote connections into the network, can the shared secret be left blank? The router is quite basic and while port forwarding is available, the option to enter a shared secret is not.
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  • Set up DIR-655 as access point with RADIUS

    We have a DIR-655 router that is currently set up with a radius server on our sbs 2003 server. This allows laptops that are part of the domain to connect to the domain wirelessly. I have also set up a guest zone for non-domain members to access the internet, but not our domain. As such, everything works...
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  • Network Policy Server (Radius) Logs are huge

    I'm trying to troubleshoot some users that are trying to authenticate to the Network Policy Server, but it seems like there are sometimes 15 log entries per second in the logs. Is this normal? There doesn't seem to be anything different between them, but it seems awfully redundant. Specifically,...
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  • 802.1x authentication with dynamic VLAN and roaming profiles

    Hi everybody!

    I have a problem implementing 802.1x authentication in a LAN.

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    Hosts and users should be authenticated by a Radius Server. According to the user / machine group, the port on the Switch should be changed to the corresponding VLAN. The Client PCs are...
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  • ITGuyinLB
    started a topic Certificate Authority Help

    Certificate Authority Help

    I have to deploy a RADIUS server, and have chosen to use MS IAS along with MS Certificate Authority to prove my user's identity with a Digital Certificate. I will administer this solution on approximately 15 police vehicles with an "in-car" computer using a high-speed wireless broadband card.
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