Wireless connection validating identity networking wireless
Although this standard was designed for wired Ethernet networks, it has been adapted for use on 802.11 wireless LANs.This scenario requires the deployment of one or more 802.1X-capable wireless APs that are compatible with the Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service (RADIUS) protocol.The WPA protocol was developed in response to a number of severe flaws that were discovered in the preceding Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) protocol.
It is recommended that you review the design and deployment guides for each of the technologies that are used in this deployment scenario.
Computers must be joined to the domain in order to successfully establish authenticated access.
Supported Windows and Windows Server operating systems provide built-in support for 802.11 wireless networking.
This port-based network access control uses the physical characteristics of the switched LAN infrastructure to authenticate devices attached to a LAN port.
Access to the port can be denied if the authentication process fails.
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This is a companion guide to the Windows Server® 2016 Core Network Guide.