EAP server

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    R Siffredi Guest

    Which LEAP server is the least expensive to run iin a home 802.11 Cisco 1200 access point system?
     
    R Siffredi, Mar 8, 2005
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    Uli Link Guest

    R Siffredi schrieb:
    > Which LEAP server is the least expensive to run iin a home 802.11 Cisco 1200 access point system?
    >


    The internal coming with IOS. It is for free.

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    Uli

    These opinions are mine. All found typos are yours.
     
    Uli Link, Mar 8, 2005
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    erik erasmus Guest

    The 1200 AP has built in funtionality to function as a RADIUS server capable
    of LEAP. look at www.cisco.com for example configs. We use it for wireless
    IP phones and wireless PCs - working fine for small deployments\


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    > Which LEAP server is the least expensive to run iin a home 802.11 Cisco
    > 1200 access point system?
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    erik erasmus, Mar 10, 2005
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