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Remote Authentication Dial In User Service (RADIUS) can help take the security of your wireless network to the next level, beyond standard WPA authentication. With RADIUS, password policies for users can be applied to wireless encryption as well. Prior to Leopard, RADIUS communications could be obtained using Elektron or OpenRADIUS running on OS X, but in Leopard, no third-party software is required beyond Leopard Server. Before you begin this walk-through of implementing RADIUS on your server, make sure the server is running Open Directory and that the forward and reverse DNS information for the server is correct. The first step to using RADIUS is to enable it. To do this, open Server Admin, click the name of the server in the Servers list, and click the Services tab. Find RADIUS in the list of services below each server, and place a check mark in the box to the left of it. Click Save, and you should see RADIUS in the Servers list. Now that RADIUS has been enabled, let s select a certificate. For the purpose of this walkthrough, we re going to use the default certificate that comes with OS X Server. Click RADIUS
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under the Servers list, and then click the Settings button. Click the RADIUS Certificate dropdown menu, and select the Default certificate. Click the Edit Allowed Users button. By default all users of OS X Server will have access to authenticate to the wireless network setup, so we are going to get granular on which services they can access by clicking the For Selected Services Below radio button. Then click RADIUS in the Service list. Now click Allow Only Users and Groups Below, and then click the + sign. Drag the users and groups into the Name list from the Users & Groups window. Once all users that should have access to your new wireless environment have been enabled, click the Save button. From here, click RADIUS, and click the Start RADIUS button in the bottom-left corner of the screen. RADIUS is now ready to accept authentication. The next step is to configure an AirPort device to work with RADIUS. To do this, click the Base Stations button in the toolbar at the top of the screen. Now click Browse, and select the first base station of your wireless environment from the list of found base stations. Enter the password for the AirPort device, and click Save. Wait for the AirPort device to complete its restart. To log in from a client, select the name of the wireless network from the wireless networks list, and enter the username and password to the environment. The first time you do so, you will get a second dialog box asking you to enter the 802.1x username and password. Enter the same username and password, and click OK. If you click the Use this Password Once check box, then this password will not be saved for future use.
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Note 7 covers 802.1x in more depth.
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That s all there is to it. This setup may be a little more complicated than WPA personal or WEP 128, but it s far more secure and should be considered for any AirPort environment that has an OS X Server. Although the default certificate will work for clients, things are often easier from a deployment and interoperability perspective if you purchase a certificate from a certificate authority (CA) such as Thawte.
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