Help with AP350/LEAp/Steelbelt RADIUS/DHCP IP Assignment
I am having troubles with RADIUS and CISCO LEAP. I have managed to get the users authenticating to the RADIUS box via LEAP ok.
The problem assises when I try to obtain an IP Address from the RADIUS box itself. Whenever I specify the RADIUS box to assign the IP it never get accepted by the clients (running win98/win2k/win xp/win ce). I can see the IP address being returned by the RADIUS box in its logs but cannot figure out how the client is supposed to accept the address.
I was wondering if anybody out there has accomplished this task and I would greatly like to converse with them about how they did it.
Re: Help with AP350/LEAp/Steelbelt RADIUS/DHCP IP Assignment
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