a freeradious/wireless solution for a school

German Kalinec gkalinec at newroads.org
Mon Jan 22 23:06:47 CET 2007

Therein lies the problem.  My potential users are a lot of my students.
The idea of having to install certificates in 200+ laptops is not really
feasible.  And showing them how to install is an exercise in futility,
since most of our students are not computer savvy enough to do it.

German Kalinec
Systems Manager
New Roads School
3131 Olympic Blvd.
Santa Monica, CA 90404
(310) 828-5582

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Subject: Re: a freeradious/wireless solution for a school


Use EAP-TLS, the most secure one. It will automatically give encryption
key to the clients. U have to do onething, install the client
in the beginning in each client machine that will use your wireless and
thats it.

There are other options like EAP-PEAP, LEAP etc

Check out for the types of EAP and you will find out.



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