Mr Dash Four mr.dash.four at googlemail.com
Sun Nov 27 00:49:09 CET 2011

>> so it is, you can only protect your AP client with the shared secret key.
> Not necessarily.  If the switch to which the WAP is connected supports
> 802.1x, it could act as a NAS and authenticate the WAP with EAP/TLS.
By WAP I take it you mean the wireless client, right? If so, this is 
indeed the case - the client will be a Linux-based device with 
wpa_supplicant and a driver which supports nl80211/cfg80211, so I can 
configure - at least on the client's part - EAP-TTLS/EAP-TLS 
authentication. My aim is to do the same on AP and RADIUS, which is the 
point of actually starting this thread as my "experience" with RADIUS is 

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