I work for a poor inner-city school district and I've got the above environment. I've inherited the network and the current config is a 64 character WPA2 key. This is untenable and I really need to find a solution using the default supplicant and/or some other fancy footwork to lose the key.
The requirements require me to NOT require the users to authenticate more than one AND to allow them to authenticate wirelessly somehow to allow Novell authentication before granting access to the wireless network. I've played around with ACLs on my WLC's to only allow access to the wireless network to specific servers to grant authentication but I'm at a loss as to what to do after they authenticate -- other than require them to connect via VPN to get access. This is not ideal as the CIO is insistent that we NOT impact the users.
Has anyone made this work with the default supplicants and if so, please give me guidance. I'm at a loss and I'm willing to read. ;)
I just wish there was a way to negotiate WPA2 encryption after a webauth or something. That would be so useful.
Thanks ahead of time for any help you can provide.