Library items tagged: eduroam(UK)

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September 2010 Executive Summary With immediate effect, organisations providing a Tier 2 service need not offer WPA; however they may continue to offer WPA if they wish to. Participants should now provide support for WPA2 throughout their eduroam networks.
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July 2010 Announcement The eduroam(UK) Technical Specification will be revised towards the end of this year in relation to broadcasting of the ‘eduroam’ SSID. This will require that organisations participating in eduroam(UK) that are not yet offering operational Visited or Home services must cease widespread broadcasting of the eduroam SSID from access points, however broadcasting of the SSID will be permitted in limited development environments.
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Reviewed 12/06/2019 Why do we need to configure attribute filtering? RADIUS packets contain various "attributes" which can be generated by the network access server (eg. AP or switch) and at RADIUS servers that handle the packets during authentication and accounting exchanges. Certain attributes play a key role in the process of correct assignment of the user to an appropriate VLAN. Depending on the manufacturer of the equipment, these can be RFC-defined attributes or vendor-specific ones.
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This document is due for revision. References to JRS and 'JRS tiers' should be disregarded. It should be read in conjunction with https://community.ja.net/library/advisory-services/ieee-8021x-implementation-janet-connected-organisations
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A correctly formatted and downloadable copy of the Technical Specification can be found at: https://community.jisc.ac.uk/groups/eduroam/document/eduroamuk-technical-specification-v14 That page also contains handy Summary of Requirements and Summary of Recommendations checklists which may help when conformance assurance checking of your deployment.
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The eduroam(UK) Policy calls for the following from Visited Organisations:
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Jezz Palmer, University of Wales SwanseaPaul Matthews, University of Wales SwanseaJosh Howlett, Janet Table of Contents 1. Introduction 2. Procedure 2.1 Patch OpenSSL 2.2 Generate the certificate 2.3 Configure the Microsoft Management Console 2.4 Import the chaining certificate
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Table of Figures 1 Introduction 1.1 Preamble 1.1.1 The RADIUS Servers 1.1.2 The Network 1.1.3 The Authentication Database 2. The eduroam(UK) Service Technical Specification Requirements 2.1 Common Requirements 2.2 Home Organisation Requirements
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802.1X Supplicant Configuration The following instructions are for Windows XP SP2: other platforms or software may display different menus and forms but the same information will need to be entered.