Linksys E3000 and MS radius problem

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I recently purchased the E3000 and need a little help. I thought i had read that this devices can act as an access point. There is no clear "access point" mode option so i configured it as best as i could to work with our radius server. I can connect to the wireless with radius credentials just fine but i don't get assigned a ip address from dhcp. I tried using an old blekin that does have ap mode and it works just fine. same settings, just different radius client.

I have this problem too.
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core2lord Wed, 04/11/2012 - 18:10

I assume that you have a server handling DHCP requests and that you have disabled DHCP on the E3000?

If you assign your client a static address, can you ping your RADIUS server and/or your DHCP server?


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