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WRT54G wpa-radius

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Wireless Routers' started by scriv, Jun 28, 2005.

  1. scriv

    scriv Network Guru Member

    Hi I wonder if anyone can help me with this question. I've tried emailing Linksys support UK, the onsite documentation and their "online
    help facility" without any real reply:
    "I have a number of wireless networks in the UK currently using wpa-psk on a Buffalo router. I would like to connect all of these to a central radius server over the internet and use WPA 802.1x. Buffalo advise that I cannot enter a WAN side address in the WPA-RADIUS setup. I have been advised that your WRT54G is a better unit for my purpose. Before I replace my Buffalo units with Linksys I would like to know whether it is possible to enter a WAN [internet] IP address in the WPA-RADIUS setup configeration thereby using 1 radius server to service various wireless LAN's over the internet."
    Thanks to anyone who can provide an answer / scriv
  2. howardp6

    howardp6 Network Guru Member

    The latest version of the Linksys firmware ver 4.00.7 allows you to specify the IP Address of your Radius Server and the port. You have to enter the shared key. It supports WPA2 Radius, along with WEP Radius.

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