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Wi-Fi Authentication using either Ruckus Zone Director or Microtik

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#1 rishabh91


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Posted 21 January 2016 - 02:38 AM

Hi techies,

We are looking to deploy the WiFi authentication in our wireless network. So our setup is as following:

1. The ISP link terminates on the Mikrotik Router.
2. The Mikrotik Router (which is a firewall also) is connected to the manageable Cisco PoE switch.
3. Fron the Cisco Switch, the access points are connected.

The important thing to notice here is, we have Ruckus Zone Director Wireless Controller and Ruckus Access Points controlled by Zone Director, which create our wireless environment.

Here, we want to add a layer of authentication on the Wi-Fi so that only the authorised users are permitted to use the internet. Mikrotik, as well as the Ruckus Zone Director wireless controller, has the Radius server functionality in it.

Please suggest the way to do wifi authentication and monitoring in our setup as ours is BYOD environment.

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