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Can i user Novell Directory for ldap authentication with WLSE Cisco?...

I want to use authentication LDAP for user wireless
I have 1 CWWLSE-1030-K9 y 13 AIR-AP1242AG-A-K9.

My current configuration in the Infrastructure Access Point:
-  APs uses 2 VLANs :  
      The Vlan 58:  
     - it is to administer the APs  
     - the APs has statics IPs  200.13.58.x
     - SSID: telecom  (no Broadcast)
     - WEP key 128-bits  
     
      The VLAN 62  I want to use authentication LDAP in this VLAN
-      SSID broadcast: uacam
-       No security
   
I want to use authentication LDAP in VLAN 62


The Cisco SWAN framework has software and hardware components.
The software components are:
" WDS
" WLCCP
The hardware components are:
" WDS-host devices (Access Point-Based WDS architecture IP:200.13.48.69)
" Infrastructure access points
" WLSE (IP: 200.13.48.64)
" Cisco and Cisco compatible clients

I am using Acces Ponit-Based WDS architecture

DSC#sh wlccp wds ap  

  HOSTNAME                         MAC-ADDR      IP-ADDR          STATE
 ESC                           001d.4536.7db4    200.13.48.74    REGISTERE
 UVI1                          0019.3052.c56f    200.13.48.80    REGISTERE
 Bib1                           001d.4513.0510   200.13.48.82    REGISTERE
 Rec                            001d.4513.0466   200.13.48.71    REGISTERE

DSC#sh wlccp wnm status
WNM IP Address : 200.13.48.64 Status : SECURITY KEYS SETUP

I can use The WLSE as radius proxy server?
How the WDS-AP it would be configured and Infrastructure Access Point to be able to use the authentication LDAP?
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ShineOnCommented:
What version and support pack of NetWare/OES and eDirectory do you have?   Or do you just have eDirectory as a stand-alone product running on Windows, Linux or Solaris?
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