When going through the process of setting up the Radius Client I need to provide an IP Address.
Most (because I have not seen every single tutorial or help file) of the tutorials links this to a Cisco interface, but I do not and I am a bit stuck for what to put in there. (For wired networks, the switch serves as the RADIUS client.) Network Policy Server functions as a RADIUS server in Windows. If the user is authenticated (their username and password match) and authorized (they're allowed to be talking to the network at all) then the RADIUS client also sends accounting information (when they logged in and for how long).
The Cisco Wireless Guest Access feature provides a convenient, cost-effective way to offer wireless access for visitors while maintaining the security of your internal network.
A guest network can serve many important business purposes, including streamlining business with partners and providing hospitality for clients.
Not sure what is happening..setup worked fine for a long time.
This can be between two participants directly, or between a group of participants on a common multicast group.that means the DHCP server on that router must be disabled. It also features encryption so you can keep your conversations private.Not because it's technically difficult, but because of the software requirements are a little beyond what a regular home user would normally have...Before diving into this, the requirements for this project is: If you got #1, then you automatically have #2 and #3, as these are services that comes with Windows Server (with the possible exception of Windows 2003 web edition).A wireless guest network can provide the following basic functionality: Provide Internet access to guests through an open wireless connection Traffic on the guest network must be kept completely separate from the business network to prevent a guest from accessing internal network resources Wireless access for each guest can be isolated to prevent guests from communicating with each other over the network Figure 1 Enabling WLAN Guest Access This smart tip provides step-by-step guidance for the configuration required to enable wireless guest access in a Cisco small business network, including inter-vlan routing, trunk, SSID, and wireless security settings on the router, switch, and access points.