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Wireless Networks Thread, At last! in Technical; I've finally got 802.1x to work! (on ethernet) I think I've worked out vlans, subnets, radius and 802.1x all at ...
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    At last!

    I've finally got 802.1x to work! (on ethernet)

    I think I've worked out vlans, subnets, radius and 802.1x all at the same time. Just need to work in the Guest vlans (on HP switches - allows the client to access some services when not authenticated sucessfully on 802.1x - dhcp for example can be on it, as you can't authenticate without an ip address )

    I'll leave dynamic vlans alone for the moment, that makes it really complicated!

    Any one else using 802.1x? Is it ok tp manage?

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    Re: At last!

    Actually you can authenticate without dhcp, the request comes from the switch and 802.1x is a seperate protocol.

    Managed to assign vlans from radius, just going to see if I can get it working with computer based auth rather than user. Then I can assign rooms of computers to a vlan when they authenticate.

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