Mac authentication for wireless user(local+radius)

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1. Wireless user sends the association request, AC receives the association request

2.AC departure local MAC authentication

3.Wireless user obtain ip address


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1. Wireless user sends the association request, AC receives the association request

2.AC send radius request to server

3.Wireless user obtain ip address

This post was last edited by littlestone at 2018-12-25 11:12.
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yiyi0519
Created Dec 26, 2018 00:45:51 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

If you use local authentication, does that mean that the user account needs to be created on the AC? Can AC synchronize user account information with other servers?
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yechao99
Created Dec 29, 2018 01:56:04 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

MAC address: The device uses a user's MAC address as the user name for authentication. The device can also use the MAC address or a user-defined character string as the user password.
•Fixed user name: Regardless of users' MAC addresses, all users use a fixed name and password designated on the access device for authentication. As multiple users can be authenticated on the same interface, all users requiring MAC address authentication on the interface use the same fixed user name. The server only needs to configure one user account to meet the authentication demands of all users. This applies to a network environment with reliable clients.
•DHCP option: The device replaces a user's MAC address with the obtained user DHCP option and a fixed password as identity information for authentication. In this mode, the device must support MAC authentication triggering through DHCP packets.
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Finn92
Created Dec 29, 2018 03:05:44 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

hello author , it's good sharing for the progress of authentication , if there is more configuration share , it's very helpful .
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SupperRobin
Created Dec 29, 2018 03:12:36 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Password Authentication Protocol (PAP) is a two-way handshake authentication protocol. It transmits passwords in plain text format in RADIUS packets.

Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol (CHAP) is a three-way handshake authentication protocol. It transmits only user names using RADIUS packets, but does not transmit passwords. CHAP is more secure and reliable than PAP. If high security is required, CHAP is recommended.
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Torrent
Created Dec 29, 2018 08:29:05 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

The device uses a user's MAC address as the user name for authentication. The device can also use the MAC address or a user-defined character string as the user password.
•Fixed user name: Regardless of users' MAC addresses, all users use a fixed name and password designated on the access device for authentication. As multiple users can be authenticated on the same interface, all users requiring MAC address authentication on the interface use the same fixed user name. The server only needs to configure one user account to meet the authentication demands of all users. This applies to a network environment with reliable clients.

thanks for sharing, we learned a lot
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