Any interoperability issues with Aruba and Freeradius

Alex Sharaz alex.sharaz at
Fri Feb 8 18:45:19 CET 2013

I have to say that in their defence, the eap offloading is switched off by default and you do actually have to switch it on.
On 8 Feb 2013, at 17:27, Alan DeKok <aland at> wrote:

> Alex Sharaz wrote:
>> Aruba now say they only support eap-tls and eap-peap when you offload
>> eap onto their mobility controllers.
>  That is a stupid response from them.
>  If they follow the specs, they should pass EAP straight through to the
> RADIUS server.  If they do anything else, they are *intentionally*
> breaking inter-operability.  So you're forced to buy their crappy RADIUS
> server.
>  All of the other WiFi vendors can get EAP to work.  If Aruba can't,
> it's because (a) they're incompetent, or (b) being rude about it.
>  Alan DeKok.
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