14 April 2014 at 3:43pm
eduroam (education roaming) is the secure, world-wide roaming access service developed for the international research and education community. eduroam provides an infrastructure that allows users to authenticate onto a visited network (wireless and/or wired) using their home site credentials, without any local administrative burden or complexities on the user or the local IT staff. This course provides and overview of the service, its configuration & deployment and overall monitoring & troubleshooting of the service.
All of the Moonshot documentation has been moved to the new Moonshot wiki at http://wiki.moonshot.ja.net/ The new version of this page can be found at https://wiki.moonshot.ja.net/x/YQAp
How 802.1X works There are three main components in the 802.1X authentication cycle:
There are many aspects to the security of H.323 videoconferencing systems. Some of these are shared with H.320 ISDN-based systems, e.g. the physical security of the equipment itself. The greater focus with IP-based systems lies in the ability for attackers to ‘snoop’ the conferencing data in transit, or to attack the H.323 components themselves over the Internet, leading to a loss of service or other undesirable consequences.
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