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Securing Wireless Connection Using NGS

Hello,

I have NAC guest server integrated to WLC. WLC is configured to authenticate to NAC guest server for guest access. Now, employee of the company wants to use wireless (WLC) to access the resources of the company. The employee must enter the username and password to enter the companies domain and username and password is stored in Active directory.

1. NAC guest server is working fine and i can give username and password to the guest to access the network resources but for the employee, the password is stored in companies active directory.

Please, how can i solved this issue?

thank you

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Re: Securing Wireless Connection Using NGS

Integration with Active Directory requires more like a radius server. ACS would be perfect for the job.

You can link the WLC directly to Active Directory, pretending it's just an LDAP server but that limits you to EAP methods not available on the windows default supplicant (=not peap-mschapv2).

Do you have an ACS or radius server capable of Active Directory integration ?

Nicolas

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