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Cisco Secure Services client...authenticating to wireless problem.

Posted on 2010-09-20
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Cisco Secure Services client sticks at the authenticating stage of connecting to a wireless signal.  Running a connection Repair twice resolves the issue.  The signal is configured correctly.  Any troubleshooting steps appreciated.
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I'm not familiar with the service you mention, but since you've posted your question in the wireless zone, I would check the log of the AP or WLAN controller for that matter as well as the authentication service (Radius) you're using.

If your on a WLAN controller, you might find the following debug commands helpfull:"

debug dot1x events enable —In order to configure the debugging of 802.1x events
debug aaa events enable —In order to configure the debugging of AAA events
debug mac addr <mac address> —In order to configure MAC debugging, use the debug mac command
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