Re: Where to place the RADIUS Server in a bridged enviroment?
Make it sense to place a router (eg. 1700 with 3DES IOS) on both sides to additionaly protect the bridged connection with IPSEC or is WEP, TKIP, MIC and so forth sufficient?
Normally EAP like you are planning is enough for a bridge link but give the number of users etc you are talking about it makes sense to use a router at both ends of the bridge link as this will break up your broadcast domains.
If you dont do this then a broadcast from a client at the remote end also be sent back over the bridge link.
As to placement of the radius server I would have it closer to the servers if you are using them as an external database. IF you are not using them as an external database then closest to the most number of users that need to be authenticated, the root bridge should be at the same end as the radius server.
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