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Trying to Configure a RADIUS server 2008 r2 to house a set of Mac addresses that are allowed to connect to the network. I'm using Cisco aironet 1142N. I'm pretty new at this and will need some major help. Thanks to anyone who can help.
I got a question for. I have a Cisco Aironet 1200 Access Point. I set it up and gave it an IP Address of 10.0.0.0. So I can access from my PC witch that works great. Then I got a Laptop and try to access the internet from the wireless card. And that work great. But it did not ask me for a Key to...
Our company currently has 4 Aironet 1200 AP's setup as root bridges, all wired into our network. We are doing away with our Radius server and now seems like a good time to redo this setup. We are going to change to MAC Address Authentication, so I was wondering what the best setup is for "seamless"...