How to configure Cisco 1242 AP to get authentication from MS IAS

This is a config for Cisco 1242 AP to get authenticated from MS IAS 2003. IAS 2003, MS DHCP and Cisco AP must be in same VLAN or LAN. Connect Cisco AP in the network. It will get an IP from DHCP. Make sure you reserve the IP in DHCP.

Log on the to AP using internet explorer using typical password i.e. Cisco (if you haven’t changed it)

Change hostname

Express Setup 

provide SSID settings and check the broadcast in beacon

 ssid manager

provide Radius IP and Radius secrete

Express Security

Enable Wireless Radio 802.11A/G

network interface

Now add this client IP and shared secret in your Radius server. All done. Now XP/Mac client get authenticate depending on what you have set in Radius server say PEAP, Certificate…

About Raihan Al-Beruni

My Name is Raihan Al-Beruni. I am working as an Infrastructure Architect in Data Center Technologies in Perth, Western Australia. I have been working on Microsoft technologies for more than 15 years. Other than Microsoft technologies I also work on Citrix validated solution and VMware data center virtualization technologies. I have a Masters degree in E-Commerce. I am certified in Microsoft, VMware, ITIL and EMC. My core focus is on cloud technologies. In my blog I share my knowledge and experience to enrich information technology community as a whole. I hope my contribution through this blog will help someone who wants more information on data center technologies.
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One Response to How to configure Cisco 1242 AP to get authentication from MS IAS

  1. Brian says:

    Very much detail info to complete a task !


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