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Old 11-18-2008, 06:32 AM   #1
Queenie245
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FreeRadius and PEAP with EAP-MD5


Hi All,

Iam using FreeRadius Server and have been trying to configure PEAP with EAP -MD5 but i juat cannot get it to work.

TTLS with EAP -MD5 workes fine.
PEAP with Token card(gtc) works fine and
PEAP with MSCHAPv2 works fine.
But
PEAP with EAP -MD5 does not work

SETUP:

wifi client <------------->AP <--------------->external Radius Server

wifi client - DWL-G122 on Windows-XP service pack 2 using D-Link utility.

Please help.

Warm Regards
Queenie
 
  


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