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I-D ACTION:draft-congdon-radius-8021x-27.txt



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	Title		: IEEE 802.1X RADIUS Usage Guidelines
	Author(s)	: P. Congdon, B. Aboba
	Filename	: draft-congdon-radius-8021x-27.txt
	Pages		: 29
	Date		: 2003-4-11
	
IEEE 802.1X enables authenticated access to IEEE 802 media, including
Ethernet, Token Ring, and 802.11 wireless LANs.  Although RADIUS support
is optional within IEEE 802.1X, it is expected that many IEEE 802.1X
Authenticators will function as RADIUS clients.

This document provides suggestions on RADIUS usage by IEEE 802.1X
Authenticators. The material in this document is also included within a
non-normative Appendix within the IEEE 802.1X specification, and is
being presented as an IETF RFC for informational purposes.

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