(RADIATOR) Wireless Access Points that can do Radius Authentication
bon at bunny.cs.qc.edu
Thu Jun 19 06:00:12 CDT 2003
Brian and Mike,
I will add Linksys WRT51AB with official spec at
I have not tried this but it claims to support 802.1x and it is
the least inexpensive one in the U.S. (retail less than $200).
I will also suggest to check against the Wi-Fi certified product
list at http://www.wi-fi.org/OpenSection/certified_products.asp?TID=2
to avoid compatibility issues with cross vendor products. For example, I
did not find Lancom 3050 that Mike mentioned in the list.
As new standards like 802.11g and WPA that are emerging
frequently, I will suggest the listing, either here or elsewhere, to get
into more specifics and user experience. For example, what client
supplicants works with what AP through (radiator or other) radius under
what version of driver/firmware, and any problems when using it as we have
encountered. In either case, I will repost this to
I will also try to update when warranted via the site that we
maintain at http://www.qcwireless.net/ where it devoted itself to only
wireless related discussion. I hope this coould help to complement this
site that devotes specifically only to radiator issues.
On Thu, 19 Jun 2003, Mike McCauley wrote:
> Hello Brian,
> You will find a list of the ones we know about at
> http://www.open.com.au/radiator/technical.html, see also below.
> If anyone can list others that are known to work with Radiator, we will update
> the list:
> Cisco Aironet AP340, 350, 1200
> 3Com SR AP 8000
> LanCom 3050
> D-Link DWL-900AP+
> Orinoco/Proxim AP-2000, 2500
> On Thu, 19 Jun 2003 10:22 am, Brian Morris wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > Has anyone compiled a list of wireless access points that do radius
> > authentication?
> > If so, would they like to share it??
> > If not, can anyone offer some advice as to those that do and work with
> > Radiator.
> > Thanks in advance,
> > Brian.
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