Radius attributes and APs
liransgarage at gmail.com
Tue Nov 28 09:33:22 CET 2006
I'm all up for that and I'll add my contribution to the wiki of the AP's
On 11/25/06, David Mitton <david at mitton.com> wrote:
> On 11/23/2006 02:09 PM, Alan DeKok wrote:
> >Manuel Sanchez Cuenca wrote:
> > > Alan DeKok escribió:
> > >> Do you have a more specific question?
> > >>
> > > But not all APs enforce the Radius attributes. For example the Linksys
> > > wrt54g doesn't takes into account the session timeout attribute. So,
> > > you tell me any AP which enforces this attribute, and others?
> > If there was such a list, it would be up on freeradius.org, or on the
> >wiki. That is, you're asking on the FreeRADIUS list about NAS
> > I suggest picking an AP, and then reading its documentation to see if
> >it supports the attributes, or asking the NAS vendor.
> > Alan DeKok.
> The problem with compiling such a list is acquiring the equipment to test.
> Most of us just buy a couple APs and live with with we get.
> I discovered that the Linksys didn't honor
> Session-Timeouts when I captured it screwing up
> EAP-POTP sessions in progress, despite our RADIUS
> server providing Session-Timeout values in every EAP exchange.
> I think it's actually not properly implementing
> the 802.1x state machine in it's timeout behavior.
> And I didn't go looking for this. It was brought
> to my attention when someone else had a problem.
> The only AP that I know that works for everything
> I throw at it, during development, is the Cisco
> Aironet 1200 series. The only problem is that
> it's not cheap. But it works for me, so I don't try others.
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