Securing a RADIUS server

Monday, 7 May 2007, 11:33 AM EST

For any corporate wireless infrastructure to remain secure, using 802.1X for authentication is a must - after all, it provides much more granular control of authentication credentials and can provide accounting for wireless LAN usage. Setting everything up can be a complex process fraught with choosing the right EAP type that both your clients and your RADIUS server supports in addition to putting in place the PKI infrastructure that some EAP types require. During this whole process one thing can often be overlooked - the security of the RADIUS server itself.

At NetworkWorld.

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