i-phone and i-pod 802.1x radius requests to ACS 4.2 - can they be blocked?

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Sep 9th, 2008

Is it possible to use the ACS 4.2 to only block i-phone and i-pod 802.1x requests from AAA clients?

I have this problem too.
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smahbub Wed, 09/17/2008 - 11:18

In order to block i-phone and i-pod 802.1x requests from AAA clients you have to assign i-phone and i-pod under one Wlan while configuring access points (Acess point is The AAA CLIENT).Also make sure that EAP is configured for the WLAN in the AAA client which needs a username and password for succesful authetication.This username and password should not be configured on ACS so that the ACS rejects the request from i-phone and i-pod under the WLAN as no valid username and password is configured.

steigja Thu, 09/25/2008 - 06:46


How is the ipod or iphone going to know to use that WLAN to register? I guess this is a WLAN question. Because these iphone and ipod users may know the SSID. I guess the key is using an SSID that is not know to the users.



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