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How long are login credentials cached for?

Our wireless setup is LWAPP with 4404 authenticating to an ACS using 802.1x. After connecting the wireless network and providing a username and password, how long is that information cached?

For example, I noticed if you turn off the laptop and then turn it on again, it automatically connects to the wireless. Is there a way to force re-logon after a certain amount of time?

Seth

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Re: How long are login credentials cached for?

You can use session timeouts on the WLC, under WLAN, advanced.

Session Timeout (secs) - Set the maximum time for a client session before requiring reauthorization. Default = 1800 seconds.

Bronze

Re: How long are login credentials cached for?

Cached credential is how Windows works with PEAP:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/823731.

Zhenning

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