I've setup EAP authentication (PEAP) to authenticate WLAN client on an AP.
The AP is connected to a switch where the port is not configured for 802.1X.
On this switched port I enabled, in multi-host, 802.1X to authenticate also the AP as a client, but since it's enabled I've not been able to authenticate anymore the WLAN client due to the fact that the port will not transition to Authorized
If I connect on the same port a PC using 802.1X,this is working fine..
Am I missing something to configure on the switch or AP ???
Thanks for the answer I've already tried without success!...
I'm asking myself if this is possible since EAP authentication is happening between the client and the AP...How could the AP authenticate to the switch since the switch port is waiting for EAP packets but the AP is sending RADIUS packet ???
Is not the case that multi-host is working ONLY if the EAP authentication is happening between client and the switch, bypassing EAP authentication on AP where it's role is to act as a "Relay"???
I receive info from Cisco that this feature will be implemented during this year on IOS...
Basically what I wanted to do is that the client use 802.1X EAP to authenticate to AP....and not to the switch seeing the bypassing oppurtunity (1 client authenticate for all!!!)...but this left open the port where the AP is connected to the switch...so it was nice that AP also authenticate itself to the switch using EAP...
Right now this feature is configrable only on WLAN where an AP act as a Repeater which can authenticate itself to the root AP using EAP (only LEAP!!!)
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