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  1. Great Peace there, for the purpose of practice, i have a Linksys wireless Router I share my internet with friends on the same apt. My Isp assigns me IP Dynamically through a modem and connected to them(ISP) on PPoE style. I want to implement this so my friends don't log other friends behind my back. Onces they are logged on no second login with same credentials can be logged

    Thank You

  2. system says:

    Dear Sir,

    very good article i like it but my scenario is change from it we have a wired network on cisco based switch and creating diffrent-diffrent vlan in this condition how can we iplement radius for both wire and wireless network

    please help

  3. Hello Amit,

    This tutorial about wireless is about 90% the same as for wired authentication, instead of using the Wireless LAN Controller you'll have to configure your switch for 802.1x port-based authentication. I don't have a tutorial ready for it but it's quite easy to configure, plenty of examples on Google. You can use this tutorial for the configuration of the radius server itself.

  4. system says:

    Hello Rene,

    Thank you for this guide. However I have a question for you:
    -I am trying to create a network policy in which to connect to the nps from a linux or any other device just by using the active directory username and password (NO CERTIFICATE INVOLVED) and I can't find how to achieve this for the life of me. Could you please help?

    Thanks,
    Iancu

  5. Hi Rene

    The tutorials help me a lot with Windows enviorment thanks, but now I have the following issues I hope you can help me,

    The topology is

    Two servers(2012R2) with NPS(they are in two tier CA authority rootCA->subCA->userCA)
    Scalance Accespoints W788(pointing to the two NPS servers)
    Linux embedded box(supplicants)

    The problem is when the linux box connects to the NPS server, I get in the NPS sever Event ID 6273 Reason Code 48 y tried to modified network policys but no luck, the linux box is configured like this in the wpa_supplicant.conf (I still dont put the certificate in the linux because i want to first try this way):
    network={
    ssid="SSID"
    key_mgmt=WPA_EAP
    eap=PEAP
    phase2="auth=MSCHAPV2"
    identity="user"
    password="pass"
    }

    Another question ¿do I have to import certificate like you did in the android device? in this case ¿it will be a user certificate and the subCA certificate?

    Thanks
    Regards

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