ACS 5.0 with PEAP

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Sep 23rd, 2009
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Hi there


i saw the following table about authentication protocols in ACS 5.0:


PEAP (with EAP-MSCHAPv2 inner method) Yes

PEAP (with EAP-GTC inner method) No

PEAP (with EAP-TLS inner method) No

EAP-FAST (with EAP-MSCHAPv2 inner method) Yes

EAP-FAST (with EAP-GTC inner method) No

EAP-FAST (with EAP-TLS inner method) No


In my opinion this should work for every Microsoft windows clients, right? Are there any clients today which still use EAP-GTC or EAP-TLS?


Thanks in advance and best regards.

Dominic

Correct Answer by Jatin Katyal about 7 years 7 months ago

Hi Dominic,


EAP-GTC is Cisco propritary, so its meant to work with Cisco products only. But, I also saw that we've an option for EAP-GTC on IBM utility.


In order to enable EAp_GTC, you can use either one of them:


Cisco350card

Cisco ACU utility


AS far as EAP-TLS is concerned, It will work with all Microsoft clients as EAP-TLS protocol is an IETF open standard.


EAP-TLS is supported by the following operating systems (natively):


* Mac OS X 10.3 (and above),

* Windows 2000 SP4

* Windows XP

* Windows Vista

* Windows Server 2003

* Windows Mobile 2003 (and above)

* Windows CE 4.2


HTH


Regards,

JK

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Jatin Katyal Thu, 09/24/2009 - 06:59
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Hi Dominic,


EAP-GTC is Cisco propritary, so its meant to work with Cisco products only. But, I also saw that we've an option for EAP-GTC on IBM utility.


In order to enable EAp_GTC, you can use either one of them:


Cisco350card

Cisco ACU utility


AS far as EAP-TLS is concerned, It will work with all Microsoft clients as EAP-TLS protocol is an IETF open standard.


EAP-TLS is supported by the following operating systems (natively):


* Mac OS X 10.3 (and above),

* Windows 2000 SP4

* Windows XP

* Windows Vista

* Windows Server 2003

* Windows Mobile 2003 (and above)

* Windows CE 4.2


HTH


Regards,

JK

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