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Configure Aironet 1130AG to obtain login info from Radius (Microsoft IAS)

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Hello

I have 3 Aironet 1130AG access points, and an Active Directory domain 2k3 (2 domain controllers).
I would like that all users get a wireless access using their AD user names and password.
I have been trying different settings with IAS and access point, but no clue yet.
Detailed instructions would be very appreciated.
Feel free to ask me for any extra info.
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Are the APs on a Wireless LAN Controller?
There are lots of configuration examples on cisco.com for setting up 802.1x (EAP, LEAP, MSCHAP, et al) with 1130AG APs on a WLC.

What version of IOS do they have?
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Hello.
No WLC. every AP is configured individually, but they have almost the same settings.
Software Ver: 12.4(10b)JA3

But my problem is not at cisco side, Just I set the Radius IP, and EAP.
But in Microsoft side, how is this implemented?
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Ahhh...  This looks like a good tutorial for the IAS side:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc738429.aspx
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still did not get it, i'm more confused about the certificate sruff.
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Start here - http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc778411.aspx

On the left side scroll down and you can see that skips some of the basic stuff, but if you still don't understand it, climb back up that index to Public Key Infrastructure if you have to, and step down through the tutorials from there.
You're going to generate your own certificate[s] on the server... you don't have to buy them or anything.
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I found different good places, I'm putting them here for the knowledge base
http://support.microsoft.com/servicedesks/webcasts/seminar/shared/asp/view.asp?url=/servicedesks/webcasts/en/WC080404/manifest.xml

and much easier to get a WLAN certificate for raduis from verisign
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=1971d43c-d2d9-408d-bd97-139afc60996b&displaylang=en

Thanks for help darr247
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