TL;DR - TLS 1.2 negotiation in forthcoming OS releases require sites running RADIATOR, FreeRADIUS 2 and FreeRADIUS 3 to upgrade, NPS sites may need reconfiguring.
eduroam has been widely extended in to the NHS and is a successful and popular support for students on clinical placement in the NHS and the academic staff supporting them, plus clinical researchers working with the NHS.
Martin describes an innovative approach for extending the footprint of eduroam to an NHS Trust without a direct NHS Trust to University network link. Instead the University handle the authentication on behalf of the Trust and this can be done through the N3 Janet Gateway. The Trust provides the internet access for authenticated users. See related case study.
The SP Assurance Tool is the latest test/monitoring module to be added to the eduroam(UK) Support System. The key benefit of the tool for the sys admin at the participating organisation is the facility to test compliance with the Technical Specification of the Wi-Fi and eduroam Visitor network served by the nearest AP to the device.
This guide describes the setup of the Microsoft Network Policy Server for use with eduroam in the UK. Whilst it is the key component, the Organisational RADIUS Server (ORPS) is just one element of your eduroam deployment and this guide must be read in conjunction with:
i) Implementing eduroam Roadmap https://community.ja.net/library/janet-services-documentation/implementing-eduroam-roadmap
What is EAP-pwd?
The Geant project to address shortomings in current RFC
What is EAP-pwd?
EAP-pwd is an EAP method that addresses the problem of password-based authenticated key exchange-- using a possibly weak password for authentication to derive an authenticated and cryptographically strong shared secret.
EAP-pwd is an extremely efficient EAP method which has the pot