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Third Party Supplicants and LEAP

I have a Toshiba PDA using the internal wireless card and the Meeting House LEAP Supplicant, 1220 Access Points running 12.01T1code, and 2 ACS 3.1 servers. So far I have not been able to find the correct settings for the access point to allow this supplicant to correctly authenticate. I have several vlans configured and running on a test ap. On the pda vlan I have disabled MIC and TKIP and enabled a 128 bit key in key 1. I have configured the SSID to allow network eap and open require eap. Every time I try to authenticate the primary ACS server reports a failed authentication due to an unknown NAS. I have successfully authenticated from other secure vlans on this ap. Has anyone got any ideas about the Meeting House Supplicant and the correct settings for LEAP on an AP?

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Re: Third Party Supplicants and LEAP

I have heard that EAP-TLS is only supported in XP and not on win2k . If you want EAP-TLS support on WIN2k than you need to install some third party supplicant like meeting house. But not very sure about the settings.

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