Regarding LEAP with TKIP
jkmaline at cc.hut.fi
Wed Mar 15 21:42:11 EST 2006
On Wed, Mar 15, 2006 at 03:29:20PM -0800, Tony Beville wrote:
> We have a customer requirement for our wireless device to support Cisco
> LEAP with TKIP encryption. Does this even make sense?
In the sense of LEAP not being were secure, it does not make much sense
;-). Anyway, this would be WPA-Enterprise using LEAP as the EAP method..
> We currently have wpa_supplicant (with our Hermes-II radio) working
> with what I guess I would called "regular LEAP," using rotating WEP keys.
.. whereas this is IEEE 802.1X (non-WPA) with LEAP as the EAP method.
> Can anyone confirm if LEAP with TKIP is a meaningful thing to do, and if
> so, what would our wpa_supplicant configuration file look like to
> support it?
I would not recommend this mode, but yes, it should work. Configuration
for this would be something like this:
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