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How do I configure a local radius server on Cisco 1300 for more secure client connections

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We would like to configure a Cisco 1300 AP with a local radius server.  We would like the clients (IBM Thinkpads) to use EAP instead of WEP or WPA.  We do not have the luxury of a W2k3 server as a radius server.  We'd like to use the AP itself as the Radius server but not having success.  

It is configured with a static IP and in the Radius settings we are using that IP as the radius server.  The clients will see the AP but cannot connect to it. Ideas???
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Dave Howe earned 250 total points
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Well, the usual problem is wrong configuration of ports. Try:

Authentication port: 1812
Accounting port: 1813

local radius uses non-standard ports on an AP.
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