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Old 03-02-2013, 01:15 AM   #1
sk.sage
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802.11 Roaming


I want to configure 802.11 roaming involving
centralized authentication server (RADIUS).
The main points of this project are:
1. Two Access Point
2. A Network Access Server (NAS)
3. A Centralized Authentication Server (RADIUS)

Here, when the user roams from one AP to the other, his connection must be near-seamless and connection-oriented.

I am facing problem in establishing a persistent session while the client transfers from one AP to other. Can anyone help me?
 
  


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