Secure WLAN with Active Directory Auth
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- Subject: Secure WLAN with Active Directory Auth
- From: Simon Spielmann <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 18 Mar 2004 21:04:44 +0100
- Message-id: <c3cvcq$26fk84$2@ID-113593.news.uni-berlin.de>
we're going to setup a WLAN for our association.
Since we're interested in a secure solution we tought about
securing the WLAN with IPSEC or PPTP using a debian box.
What we need is a solution to do the user authentication for
the VPN using an existing active directory (SSO).
I searched the internet for a solution but it seems
that if we use IPSEC we need to use either a preshared secret
or X.509 certs. For PPTP I read that some people using a
setup incorporating a RADIUS server. This looks very complicated
to me and not well documented.
Can anybody tell me if there's a linux based solution for