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Cisco 2600 autonomous AP with multiple authentication- WPA2 & Radius

Hi, there.

I'm trying to set up the Cisco autonomous AP (2600i) with multiple authentication.

It will broadcast two ssid (Guest & users) and for guest, WAP2 personal is setup while user ssid will need to authenticate end users through Radius.

I've got the WPA2 all configured and working. However, I'm having little difficulty on getting the Radius authentication to work.

Initially, I had it set up on Windows 2008 and since I had trouble, I was trying to set up the local AP Radius.

I had set up open with EAP, no encryption vlan cipher for user ssid.

Also got the local radius set up

However, when I did that, both the guest and user ssid does not work properly.

Is multiple types of authentication not supported on Autonomous AP?

Also what does the end user will see if let say I got this configured properly?

Does the user suppose to see the login prompt?

Anyone got any documentation link or help will be much appreciated.

Thanks alot~

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Re: Cisco 2600 autonomous AP with multiple authentication- WPA2

You can have one secure said and another open or secure using psk if you want. How familiar are you with radius? Because that is where it becomes tricky if you don't know it. You also need a certificate on the radius server.

Take a look at these links as it will show you how to setup the secure ap.

http://blog.laurence.id.au/2010/03/running-peap-with-cisco-aeronet-1231g.html?m=1

http://targetcisco.blogspot.com/2011/03/cisco-autonomous-access-point.html?m=1

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/wireless/ps4570/products_configuration_example09186a00801bd035.shtml

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Re: Cisco 2600 autonomous AP with multiple authentication- WPA2

You can have one secure said and another open or secure using psk if you want. How familiar are you with radius? Because that is where it becomes tricky if you don't know it. You also need a certificate on the radius server.

Take a look at these links as it will show you how to setup the secure ap.

http://blog.laurence.id.au/2010/03/running-peap-with-cisco-aeronet-1231g.html?m=1

http://targetcisco.blogspot.com/2011/03/cisco-autonomous-access-point.html?m=1

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/wireless/ps4570/products_configuration_example09186a00801bd035.shtml

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-Scott
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Re: Cisco 2600 autonomous AP with multiple authentication- WPA2

I've got mine working.

BTW I got it working with client not trusting the server certificate.

Couldn't get the WPA2-Enterprise with trusting the self-signed server certificate.

Anyway, Thanks alot, Scott.

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Re: Cisco 2600 autonomous AP with multiple authentication- WPA2

What you really want to do is bring up a Windows 2008 NPS server and if you have a Windows 2008 CA, you can issue a certificate to that radius server.  This way your domain devices will trust that certificate.  Or you can purchase a 3rd party trusted root CA 5 year cert for around 200 bucks and install that on the radius server.

Thanks,

Scott

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