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Videos from the recent WLPC conference have been posted. These are very applicable if you design WiFi networks (most on this list):
My favorites:
Designing for Capacity (Andrew Von Nagy): http://vimeo.com/88454112
Engineering High Density (Chuck Lukazewski): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uE3HChpRiJs

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Mike Albano
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To All: We currently have IPV6 deployed on our wireless guest SSID and are moving to deploy it on all SSID's. We will be doing dual-stack assignment and leaving radius as IPV4. This is where the issue comes in. When the client authenticates via radius we get the username, mac address and IPV4 address in the accounting records but not the IPV6 Address. I am wondering how users who deploy IPV6 in a dual stack configuration are tracking the IPV6 address for authentication and accounting? It seems to me that until radius sends back both addresses in the accounting record we are stuck writing a script to fix it. We are considering writing a script that polls the info from either Netflow, The router, or the wireless control system and then adds it into the accounting database. ********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.
Who is your wireless vendor? I see Aruba has a Vendor Specific Attribute Aruba-Framed-IPv6-Address. That attribute may be returned in the accounting packet. We only use IPv4 at Liberty University, so I cannot verify this. Bruce Osborne Network Engineer - Wireless Team IT Network Services (434) 592-4229 LIBERTY UNIVERSITY Training Champions for Christ since 1971
On 03/10/2014 07:30 AM, Osborne, Bruce W (Network Services) wrote: > Who is your wireless vendor? > > I see Aruba has a Vendor Specific Attribute Aruba-Framed-IPv6-Address. That attribute may be returned in the accounting packet. > > We only use IPv4 at Liberty University, so I cannot verify this. > > The vendor is cisco, but they also have that attribute. The issue is that it only gets returned if you do the radius authentication via ipv6. IE the client needs to do 802.1x via ipv6. What we need is both returned no matter how the client authenticates. It sounds simple enough but yet does not seem to happen, at least not yet. ********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.