I am trying to authenticate a Windows XP client when physically connecting to a 2948G Switch.
I've configured all parts to work toguether. But when the switch tries to authenticate the user (MD5 or TLS) always appears a log entry in the ACS failed authentications log that says "Auth type not supported by external DB"
External DB is a W2K domain. It does successly authenticates RAS users through ACS, but not 802.1x.I have had problems to install a CA certificare (it seems to enroll the certificare, but the CA does not appear in the list to check it).
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