- WPA + RADIUS Authentication "How-To"
- A good document describing how to configure WPA and RADIUS
authentication. The only minor comment is that it sets Auth-Type to EAP,
which will break all other authentication types.
- WPA Supplicant
- A WPA and WPA2 supplicant for Linux, BSD, and Windows. It
supports a huge range of EAP types, and includes a command-line tool
called eapol_test, which is useful for testing a RADIUS server without having to use a wireless access point.
Links from Wikipedia
The definition of AAA.
The Challenge-Handshake Authentication protocol.
The Extensible Authentication protocol.
Usually only for wired access.
For wireless access, and which requires client certificates.
Similar to EAP-TLS, but does not require client certificates.
Cisco LEAP, not recommended for new deployments.
Microsoft PEAP, installed on all Windows systems. Similar to EAP-TLS, but does not require client certificates.
The Microsoft CHAP protocol.
The Password Authentication protocol.
Describes the RADIUS Protocol.