WLAN with Radius authentication

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    Hi guys

    I’ve never set up WLAN with radius authentication & am finding it a real battle. Has anyone got a procedure for setting it up using either XP or W7 as the wireless device, Linksys as the radius client & IAS 2003 or NPS 2008 as the radius server?

    I’ve ran through about 5 procedures now off the net but they are all incomplete.

    I’m not sure how to troubleshoot it so I can only go by the procedures I’ve found on the net.

    I’d prefer not to use any certificates if I have to. I just want wirless clients to be prompted for their domain credentials.

    Ive got 2 laptops I am testing with : 1 x XP & 1 X W7
    I have 2 WAPs I’m testing with : 1 x Cisco WAP4410N & 1 X Linksys WRT54G
    I have 2 IAS/NPS I can test with : 1 x 2003 IAS & 1 X 2008 NPS

    Cisco WAP4410N = 192.168.0.39
    Linksys WRT54G = 192.168.0.11

    The settings for both as far as I know are supposed to be WPA2 enterprise with AES?
    The WAP points to the ip address of the radius server & has ashared secret which is entered on the IAS/NPS also

    XP & W7 client setting I am not 100% sure on.

    I have tried about 5 different IAS/NPS setups now. All contradict each other.

    Any advice?

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