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From: Bryan D. Payne (bdpaynecs.umd.edu)
Date: Thu Dec 20 2001 - 17:22:25 CST
A friend and myself are working on an open source EAP-TLS implementation
for linux. Our current setup looks like this:
client -- linux with Cisco 342 card and recent aironet driver from cvs
ap -- Cisco 340 series
radius server -- Win2k IAS with EAP-TLS enabled
At this point we can successfully authenticate with the IAS server (i.e.,
we get to the point where the server sends us an EAP Success packet).
However, since our code is all done in user space via libnet and libpcap,
the driver is unaware that our association state has changed. Therefore,
it continues sending out Probe Requests and the AP times out on our
authentication, then sends us a disassociate message.
From what we can tell, all that we need to do is tell the driver that we
have now finished the authentication/association/eap-authentication states
and are now ready to communicate. Unfortunatly, we don't know how to do
Is this possible? And, if so, how can it be done?
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