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Local AP using 802.1x for uplink to local switch

Is there a way to install a certificate on an AP105 to use 802.1x authentication to local switch. We are using 802.1x to allow devices onto the network and would like to use the same method for all our local APs rather than something like Cisco port security. Haven't found any documentation that states it can be done and how.

 

Regards,

Tony Marques

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Re: Local AP using 802.1x for uplink to local switch

Only PEAP is supported today.

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Re: Local AP using 802.1x for uplink to local switch

Are you aware of any efforts from Aruba to support AP EAP-TLS with certificates for it's uplink port?

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Re: Local AP using 802.1x for uplink to local switch

None that we are aware of.  If you would like to see this, please post in the Ideas Portal here:  https://arubanetworkskb.secure.force.com/cp/ideas/ideaList.apexp


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Re: Local AP using 802.1x for uplink to local switch

Thank you, however when I try to click on the link you provided, I recieve a SAML SSO error..

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Re: Local AP using 802.1x for uplink to local switch

Okay.  Please PM me your customer details and I will file it for you.


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Re: Local AP using 802.1x for uplink to local switch

 Colin,

 

I was able to post the idea on Jim's behalf. Thanks for the update.

 

Regards,

Tony Marques

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