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EAP-SIM Authentication Using Interlink Networks RAD-Series RADIUS Server
This application note presents how Interlink Networks’ RADIUS Server can be deployed as a gateway between an IP network and an SS7 network resulting in a shared authentication service for both networks.

Configuring PEAP and TTLS in the Interlink Networks RAD-Series RADIUS Servers
This application note explains how to configure the Interlink Networks RADIUS Server to do TLS-protected authentication using PEAP or the EAP-TTLS authentication method. This application note only covers the configuration records in the server configuration files. These are text files and can be edited with a text editor. Use of the Interlink Server Manager for managing server configurations is covered in the Administrator’s Guide.

RAD-Series RADIUS Server and Cisco Wireless Deployment Guide
This document is intended to serve as a guideline to setup Interlink Networks RADIUS Server and Cisco Access Points (AP) to authenticate wireless local area network (WLAN) clients that use Cisco’s LEAP protocol. The scenarios covered in the document include LEAP/EAP authentication and MAC address authentication in separate VLANs configured on a dot1q AP. Accurately configuring the APs and the RADIUS server in each case is important. For non-dot1q configurations, the security related configuration remains the same while the “Radio to VLAN-mapping” configurations change.

Using the RAD-Series RADIUS Server Software with Microsoft Active Directory
This article describes how to configure Interlink Networks RADIUS server to authenticate users against a Microsoft Active Directory Server.

Using 802.1x for Wireless Local Area Networks with RAD-Series RADIUS Server Software
The IEEE 802.1x standard, Port Based Network Access Control, defines a mechanism for port-based network access control that makes use of the physical access characteristics of IEEE 802 LAN infrastructure. Many new 802.11 wireless LAN access points are advertised as employing IEEE 802.1x for enhanced security. Interlink Networks supports 802.1x in its RADIUS Server. This application note outlines the required steps to configure these products to authenticate WLAN users.

Enhancing Security and Service using RADIUS Server Dynamic Access Controls
This application note provides examples of how to implement dynamic policies using the AAA Server. Interlink Networks has made it possible to implement powerful dynamic access controls with the introduction of new attributes based on the system clock of the server. Dynamic policies are powerful tools for delivering value in various ways to customer and company alike.

RAD-Series RADIUS Server and RSA Security Two-Factor Authentication
This application note introduces the concept of two factor authentication and explains how the RAD-Series RADIUS Server integrates with RSA Security SecurID. Two-factor authentication provides a way to make the authentication of network users far more secure.