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From: Jim Veneskey (jvenecisco.com)
Date: Fri Oct 26 2001 - 06:28:38 CDT
On Fri, Oct 26, 2001 at 10:41:41AM +0100, Joyce, Matthew wrote:
> about how long the timeouts should be - it varies from 17 minutes to 26
> minutes for 1 to 5 users on a single AP.
You can also set the timeouts much shorter - I use 2 minutes in our test
lab to excercise the authentication process.
> What happens when the session timeout happens? Does a user really have to
> completely reauthenticate? So every 26 minutes users have to reenter their
The re-authentication is completely transparent to the user.
Unless you eject the radio or restart the card, your LEAP credentials
will remain stored in the radio - no further interaction is required once
a valid set of credentials are initially set.
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