One Day Workshop for PEAP Authentication of Windows 7 Supplicant using a Cisco Switch as Authenticator and Windows 2008 R2 Server Training Course
This one day workshop covers the configuration and operation of the IEEE802.1x protocol in the authentication and authorisation of a wired Windows 7 supplicant. The authenticator is a Cisco Switch and the server is Windows NPS running on Windows 2008 R2 server, operating as a Certification Authority (CA). The EAP protocol is Protected EAP (PEAP) and a successful request will be allocated a VLAN on the switch via RADIUS attributes received from the server following successful authentication. The procedure for a wired supplicant is almost identical to that of a wireless supplicant.
Suitable for network planners, engineers or anyone interested in operation of PEAP with Cisco IOS Devices and NPS.
- Review the operation of IEEE802.1x process.
- Configure Cisco Switch to use IEEE802.1x and RADIUS.
- Configure Cisco Switch to authorise VLAN assignment via RADIUS attributes from server.
- Configure Windows 7 supplicant for dot1x authentication and install certificate from CA as a trusted computer certificate.
- Configure connection request and network policies on NPS to authenticate and to pass VLAN assignment to switch.
- Configure Windows users/groups on Windows 2008 R2 server to enable NPS authentication.
- Configure Windows 2008 R2 server as a DHCP server.
- Configure ip helper addresses and inter-VLAN routing on Cisco L3 switch.
- Test successful PEAP authentication and PING PCs in different VLANs.
Equipment used in Practical Sessions:
Cisco L2 and L3 switches running v12 of IOS. Windows 2008 R2 server running Network Policy Server (NPS).
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