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Where are the wireless settings on a Cisco 877w?

Hello, I have a Cisco 877w, where are the wireless settings? I can't even see them on the SDM?

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Re: Where are the wireless settings on a Cisco 877w?

Just what I need. Do you know if I can use a Windows RADIUS server to authenticate the user and laptop? I know some wireless networks can do "bonded" authentication, so if a Windows NT username and Computer are in a RADIUS user group then they can get on the wireless network. However if only one is in the group they can't?

Re: Where are the wireless settings on a Cisco 877w?

Andy, I cannot speak from experience on this particular product but based on this document you can configure the wireless router as a NAS network access server or local RADIUS Server for authentication &

accounting take a look at this doc in page 29 on this link pdf. I do not know whether you could use windows RADIUS but you could try testing it if you can, as long as you have a AD windows server add the wireless router as a client in IAS and give wireless router Windows RADIUS Ip information and test whether you can authenticate.. don't have the answer to that.

http://www.cisco.com/application/pdf/en/us/guest/products/ps5318/c1225/ccmigration_09186a0080468be5.pdf

you may also find usefull common Q & Answers

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/secursw/ps5318/products_qanda_item0900aecd800fd11b.shtml

HTH

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Re: Where are the wireless settings on a Cisco 877w?

Thanks.

This Cisco 877w is currently setup in VPN mode. It's based at a remote site and connects to my HQ on an IPSec tunnel. The Window's RADIUS server is at the HQ. I assume as long as the remote network can contact this server then bingo?

I will test.

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