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    Setting up RADIUS on Server 2008 R2 with DD-WRT access points

    I use DD-WRT wimax for some time and I install it everywhere it' a great product . Now I have to put up a hotspot and I discovered small addon that installs on ipcop that allows you to create hotspot with interfece blue but to use it i must put a server so i started a radius windows 2003 server R2. Cn anybody know that the setting up RADIUS on Server 2008 R2 with DD-WRT access points. Please suggest.

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    Re: Setting up RADIUS on Server 2008 R2 with DD-WRT access points

    The great innovation of Windows Server 2008 for the protection network is its component NPS stands for Network Policy Server . This is the new RADIUS server to replace Microsoft IAS (Internet Authentication Service ) . Recall that a RADIUS server is responsible for centralized authentication and authorization based on Active Directory generally . Completely redesigned, the NPS service is presented as the keystone of the NAP technology.

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    Re: Setting up RADIUS on Server 2008 R2 with DD-WRT access points

    In our case, the RADIUS clients that will be used primarily for remote access VPN server and network hardware that supports 802.1X . It is important to remember that the data passing between the client and the RADIUS server should always be encrypted ( using IPsec for example). It is also possible via the configuration options or create a remote RADIUS server groups . This allows our server to become NPS RADIUS proxy by redirecting requests to other RADIUS servers of the company.

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    Re: Setting up RADIUS on Server 2008 R2 with DD-WRT access points

    You eed to use NPS is a rule in the list of network used to allow this connection request , it consults the list of constraints . These include cases in our methods of authentication. It is possible to select conventional methods (MS- CHAP v2 , EAP ) , but also to perform only a health test , which will result not authenticate the user . This is useful, for example in the case of enforcement by DHCP does not provide authentication information.

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    Re: Setting up RADIUS on Server 2008 R2 with DD-WRT access points

    Due to the modular components of NAP , it is possible to consider future methods of enforcement . Regarding physical access to the corporate network , there are three components to monitor the status of client : access to the DHCP server , filtering using the 802.1X protocol and IPSec policies . For clients connecting remotely via VPN, it is also possible via the new remote access server (Routing and Remote Access Server , RRAS ) Windows Server 2008 to perform a check when the VPN connection from a client . Recently, Microsoft also decided to use NAP to service users Terminal Server ( remote desktop or application).

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    Re: Setting up RADIUS on Server 2008 R2 with DD-WRT access points

    TS Gateway allows users to connect to the corporate network from the Internet using a secure connection ( RDP over HTTPS). Depending on your policy , users will have access to the entire desktop of Windows or when one or more applications . The implementation of NAP increases the security of your network by accepting only customers with a bill of health consistent with your policy.

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