ATTN Avenger: WPA-RADIUS: Where is the key stored?

Discussion in 'HyperWRT Firmware' started by Pistolero, Dec 29, 2004.

  1. Pistolero

    Pistolero Network Guru Member

    Hi Avenger,

    I have been trying to get WPA-RADIUS working, and the only way I can do that is if I choose PEAP on my client. I want to use EAP-TLS along with a certificate from my CA, but that does not work. Do you know if EAP-TLS is supported with HyperWRT? If so, does the router keep the encryption key, or does it get it from the RADIUS server?

    UPDATE:

    I took out my old Belkin F5D7230-4 and configured it to use my RADIUS server. Lo and behold, EAP-TLS now WORKS with my existing user certificate as long as I associate with the Belkin. This confirms my suspicion that it is the Linksys breaking the authentication if I try to use a certificate. Can you please take a look into HyperWRT to see why the Linky is only accepting PEAP with MSCHAP?

    Thanks!

    Pistolero
     
  2. Pistolero

    Pistolero Network Guru Member

  3. cpl_hayes

    cpl_hayes Network Guru Member

    I like to know myself
     
  4. Gheimposse

    Gheimposse Network Guru Member

    Only running around idiots ... can please everyone use this forum for qualified answeres ... not shit like this? *thx*
     
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