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answered Reconfiguring a WiFi Access Point's wireless settings through WPS?
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comment Reconfiguring a WiFi Access Point's wireless settings through WPS?
Yes, I agree, I have already sent out this warning to all our customers, but I wanted to get a better understanding of what's possible.
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answered Does WPS Wi-Fi Setup interfere with settings set manually?
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comment Is there an open source software to run a 802.1x authenticator (ie. NAS) within Linux?
It seems that the 802.1x authenticator within OpenWRT is actually proprietary.
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comment Is there an open source software to run a 802.1x authenticator (ie. NAS) within Linux?
Hi. I was hoping that an "off-the-shelf" open source package existed somewhere, but apparently not. Too bad. Anyway, you're right, I'll ask the OpenWRT people. Perhaps the code is sufficiently well isolated for me to extract it (and perhaps make a package out of it). Thanks for your answer.
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comment Is there an open source software to run a 802.1x authenticator (ie. NAS) within Linux?
Hi, thanks for the link. Unfortunately, after checking the documentation, PacketFence does not play the role of the 802.1x authenticator. It does not speak 802.1x at all, it just includes a RADIUS server (FreeRADIUS). So it plays the role of the authentication server, not the authenticator (ie. access controller, or NAS). Thanks anyway.
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answered What is the most practical security method for a home wireless network?