Reply-message and supplicant

Arran Cudbard-Bell a.cudbard-bell at
Sun Jun 7 23:04:34 CEST 2009

Alan DeKok wrote:
> Arran Cudbard-Bell wrote:
>> There's no reason why you couldn't tunnel IPv4 so long as the packets
>> had a valid EAP header prepended to them. Send your EAP start, send the
>> identity response... then you can pretty much do whatever you like, so
>> long as it has a valid EAP header and the end server is in on the trick.
>   Most AP's will hang up on the EAP session after 40-50 packets.
Aww; and it seemed like such a nice concept. Most include a
'quiet-period' before they'll allow the supplicant to reattempt

This isn't actually mandated anywhere though is it? This is just random
vendor specific behaviour ?


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