+ 0 Votes Solved rafal 6 years ago I seem to have solved the issue. There is no problem, since the PC was authenticated previously it stored the user login and password. After checking the RADIUS server logs i see that the authentication was processed. I feel dumb... + 0 Votes 802.11i = WPA career 6 years ago I'm a bit confused by the original post and this reply. With WEP, the encryption is weak but it's better than nothing. It was replaced by 802.11i, more commonly known as WPA. It seems by getting rid of WEP and just using EAP, you'd have encrypted authentication (MD5 or MS-CHAP-V2) but the traffic would be in plaintext. Correct? + 0 Votes Opinions rafal 6 years ago What do you think of this solution? Has anyone tested this in regards to security, or does anyone know of any flaws of this setup? I know 802.11i should be available soon to replace 802.1x, but in the mean time it would be nice to know if the security in place is at least worth it. Thanks for your insights.