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Is setting up a radius server worth it for a home office set up? I am working on my CCNA right now so i have the knowledge. Except one thing,when i go into the linksys router interface and pick WPA2 enterprise. I know i should only use this if i have a radius server hooked up to the router. SO can i just get microsoft server 2003 and use that on my computer or does it mean i need an to get server 2003 and install it then hook my computer/server to the router?
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You can use some kind of implementation like freeRADIUS on a Linux server in VM.

Honestly, there are no RADIUS questions on the CCNA.
What there are a lot of are frame relay, VTP and STP questions.
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Radius is a CCNA Security topic. Separate tests.

I second freeradius. I've worked with it before and it is mostly setup to work out of the box.

Here is a guide that may help you get started:
http://www.smallnetbuilder.com/wirel...erprise-part-1
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