Radius and MAC Address Access Control

Martin Jessa freebsd at yazzy.org
Wed Sep 10 08:58:53 PDT 2003

Hi Fred.

Yes, they do.
They are linux based and pretty flexible.
What radius server do you use and forgive me but I am not familiar with Cisco. What does that Cisco 1200 box do?
And if you could be so nice and explain me in few words how that setup works. How does the radius server deal with usernames and handing out of IP's based on user's MAC-addresses?


On Tue, 9 Sep 2003 19:20:34 -0700 (PDT)
Fred <badpacket94501 at yahoo.com> wrote:

> Well, we are doing just that where I work, although it is for an enterprise lan.  Using Cisco 1200 in the enterprise with EAP and Radius server.     Its pretty easy and doable, at least on our limited scale.  Not sure about a large ISP though.  Do you WAP's support Radius and EAP?
> Martin Jessa <freebsd at yazzy.org> wrote:
> Hi Guys.
> I am setting up system for a Wireless ISP trying to figure out how to enable MAC Address Access Control with a radius server.
> I need to find out how it can be done and what Radius server supports tricks like that.
> Any ideas?
> Thanks in advace.
> YazzY
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