We are a boarding school and have installed 3 AP350s and 68 AP1200 access points in our dormitories and classrooms. We are implementing a laptop program and want to cut off access to our network from 10:00 PM until 6:00AM the next morning. We use Netware 6.0, Bordermanager, Groupwise and Zen. We do have their logins disabled at 10:00PM by Netware. However, they can still use email if the access points are still active. They cannot access the internet because they are not authenticated to the network after 10: PM. We are currently using timers to turn the APs on and off but would like to see a better idea because of power failuers which can cause the times to be off.
If the WSLE appliance is out of the price range for now, maybe you could point the APs back to a RADIUS server, like Cisco Secure ACS and block out the time slot there per group or user. A lot will depend on how you are authenticating users on wireless in the first place.
We are looking at the WSLE for 2004. For now, if I had to, I would restrict the time on our ACS server on the default group. WSLE will soon have rogue AP dedection functionality (next release I am told) as well.
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