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By Edwin Lyle Brown

Written to entice a wide viewers, 802.1X Port-Based Authentication seeks to outline this complicated suggestion in obtainable phrases and to discover its a number of purposes to trendy desktop networks utilizing this actual community protocol. this article assumes that the reader can have very little previous wisdom and just a common figuring out of laptop networking, providing an introductory assessment in addition to a subject matter assessment in every one bankruptcy. It offers an in-depth dialogue of know-how, layout, and implementation with a particular specialize in Cisco units. together with examples derived from the 802.1X implementation, this publication additionally addresses troubleshooting concerns in a Cisco setting.

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1X on a switch. The first thing that happens is for the Supplicant, in some fashion, to cause the port to become active. 3. 1X process is initiated in either or both of the connecting devices. By definition, the Authenticator must initiate a conversation when it senses that the physical link has been established. It asks the supposed Supplicant to identify itself through the use of an EAP Request Identity message. The Authenticator waits for a response. Either a response is received and the process continues or a response is not received AU4464—CHAPTER 1—27/10/2006—19:38—MAHESWARI—15575—XML MODEL C – pp.

All documents identified in the table above are available on the Internet from one or more sources. As a practical matter, the IETF and the IEEE maintain websites that contain these documents. 3 HOW DOES IT WORK? 1X authentication process functions by discussing the flow of information between Supplicant and Authenticator, and between Authenticator and Authentication Server. All of AU4464—CHAPTER 1—27/10/2006—19:38—MAHESWARI—15575—XML MODEL C – pp. 1X-2004 RFC 4017—Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) Method Requirements for Wireless LANs July 1990 July 1994 November 1997 March 1998 October 1999 June 2000 October 2001 September 2003 September 2003 June 2004 June 2004 July 2004 December 2004 March 2005 the major flows will be discussed and many of the less common flows will be described.

It will contain the credential information supplied by the Supplicant. The Authenticator will attempt to contact all RADIUS servers configured until a response is received. If no response is received from the primary server, it usually will attempt a second time, wait and then proceed to the next one on the list. This can continue for a long time, in real time, and may not ever resolve in a fashion that will allow the Supplicant to enter the network either as a Guest or an Authorized user. Communication could fail with an Authentication Server for a wide variety of reasons.

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