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9. Useful Resources

Only IEEE standards older than 12 months are available to the public in general (through the "Get IEEE 802 Program"). So the new 802.11i and 802.1X-2004 standards documents are not available. You must be a IEEE participant to get hold of any drafts/work in progress papers (which actually isn't that hard - just join a mailing list and say you are interested).

  1. FreeRADIUS Server Project

  2. Open1x: Open Source implementation of IEEE 802.1X (Xsupplicant)

  3. The Open1x User's Guide

  4. Port-Based Network Access Control (802.1X-2001)

  5. RFC2246: The TLS Protocol Version 1.0

  6. RFC2459: Internet X.509 Public Key Infrastructure - Certificate and CRL Profile

  7. RFC2548: Microsoft Vendor-specific RADIUS Attributes

  8. RFC2716: PPP EAP TLS Authentication Protocol

  9. RFC2865: Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service (RADIUS)

  10. RFC3079: Deriving Keys for use with Microsoft Point-to-Point Encryption (MPPE)

  11. RFC3579: RADIUS Support For EAP

  12. RFC3580: IEEE 802.1X RADIUS Usage Guidelines

  13. RFC3588: Diameter Base Protocol

  14. RFC3610: Counter with CBC-MAC (CCM)

  15. RFC3748: Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP)

  16. Linux Wireless Access Point HOWTO

  17. SSL Certificates HOWTO

  18. OpenSSL: x509(1)



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