Can you please help with assigning IP addresses on a wireless RADIUS network?

Can you please help with assigning IP addresses on a wireless RADIUS network?

Post by schmierer » Fri, 20 Feb 2004 11:48:38


Hi Guys.

Well we have our wireless network working fine now thanks to the help
of a few guys here. The notebooks authenticate fine and everything is
nice and secure.

Currently IP addresses are assigned to these notebooks using DHCP. I
have set aside an IP range for these and configured it in Routing and
Remote Access to use this scope, but it continues to use other IP's.

1. What role does Routing and Remote access play in RADIUS server
authentication? I ask this as even when I disable the routing and
remote service I can still be authenticated.

2. Can you please help me to be able to assign IP addresses from this
scope I have set up.

Specs as follows:

Windows 2000 server SP4.
IAS with required clients and policies set up.
Routing and Remote access installed and configured to use RADIUS
authentication.
CISCO 350 series access points
Notebook clients using WinXP and 2000.

Thanks,
Owen.
 
 
 

Can you please help with assigning IP addresses on a wireless RADIUS network?

Post by M » Fri, 20 Feb 2004 13:37:54

Are you using 802.1x? If not, you should consider using 802.1x
authentication for WLAN. 802.1x is available on Windows 2000 and XP.

Refer to wireless deployment whitepaper for steps
http://www.yqcomputer.com/

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Can you please help with assigning IP addresses on a wireless RADIUS network?

Post by schmierer » Sat, 21 Feb 2004 06:23:47

Hi, sorry I forgot to include that. We are using EAP-TLS
authentication with the AuthMode = 2 registry key to cause only local
computer certificate authentication.

Thanks,
Owen.