WAP200 and .1x/radius authentication with multiple SSIDs
Apparently it's not possible to define more than a single radius server when using multiple SSIDs with WAP200. Unfortunately WAP200 doesn't add the name of the SSID as a radius attribute, so it's not possible to make distinction whether the user is trying to log in to SSID A or B. Does anyone have any ideas or workarounds for this limitation? Of course the best solution would be if Cisco/Linksys fixed the firmware so that the SSID of the logging in user would be sent to the radius server as an extra attribute or appended to the client mac address.
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