We have AP1100 and Cisco client cards with the latest ACU installed. For authentication we use LEAP with Odyssey as the radius server. On Odyssey I´ve configured reauthentication every 2 hours. How can I check, that the WEP key has realy changed?
Another question.. When I use dynamicaly WEP do I need to enter a WEP Key in the AP configuration (Transmit Key)? Odyssey describes to enter a WEB Key (Encryption Key 1) for transmit key. I´ve not entered a key and it also seems to work!
I tried "debug dot11 aaa dot1x process" and I can see that the client/AP use LEAP/Radius server (odyssey server) to generate WEP key. I set a reauthenticte periode of about 1.5 min in the odyssey policy. This is also seen in the debug output . But after waiting for about this 1.5 minutes no debugging happens. Does the wep key renewal now work or not? Where is the problem -the acu client ? Maybe i´ve to use the odyssey client or what could it be? When i manually trigger a reauthentication the debug screen runs but this also means a new IP Adress from the DHCP server. I only want to get a new WEP key.
I´ve figured it out myself. I had to set "dot1x reauth-period server" in the radio interface. So the AP takes the value of the radius server.
But now I´ve another question. We use two BR350 to connect to buildings. The authentication is also LEAP. On one Bridge the radius server is defined and on the other bridge a LEAP user is defined. Does BR350 overtakes the reauth value of the radius server or do I have to configure it like at the AP1100 descriped above?
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