and then the client is able to access to the network and the MAC address authentification with the radius server is never retried for this client (I suppose because the AP has white listed the MAC address).
I have a partial solution. On the Wireless/Mac filtering page, the default setup is :
And surprise, altough this seams to be only for the Local list, the setup "Block all stations in list" will apply also for radius MAC checks !!!!
So setting this field to "Allow only stations in list" and then rebooting the AP have partially solve the problem :
A station MAC is checked with the radius server once, and then the station is blocked if the check was unsuccessfull and unblocked if the check was successfull.
But their is still a problem : after the initial radius check, the station is NEVER rechecked with the radius server, so the station is BLOCKED and is never ublocked, even if you add it to the radius server at a later time. The only solution I have found is to reboot the AP.
This is a very serious problem because generally stations are seen by the various AP before their MAC is entered into the radius server. And having to reboot all the AP of a site in order to get one station to be recognized is not an option !!!
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