How to configure local MAC authentication on an AP

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Wed, 11/18/2009 - 18:22
Jun 18th, 2009
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MAC address authentication can be accomplished on a Access Point (AP) in these two ways:


  • Using a centralized RADIUS server to perform RADIUS-based MAC authentication


  • Using a locally configured database to perform MAC address authentication


Using a local database to authenticate users based on MAC address is called Local MAC address authentication.


For information on how to configure local MAC authentication on an AP, refer to Configuring/Enabling Local MAC Authentication.


Problem Type

Configure / Configuration issues


Products

Access point


Security Options

MAC address authentication (Media Access Control)

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