How to configure wired 802.1X for Mac OSX 10.6.3 Open System Preferences. Open Network under Network & Wireless. Click on Advanced and we get to TCP/IP settings. Make sure the option Configure IPv4 is set to Using DHCP: Choose the DNS tab and make sure there are nothing there. Remove them with the -button on the bottom. Fallback: we use MAB as a fallback for 802.1X. The switch will first attempt 802.1X and when it fails, it uses MAB for authentication. By default, MAB only supports a single endpoint (device) per switchport. When it sees more than one source MAC address, it causes a security violation. 802.1x RADIUS accounting involves recording the information of devices that are authenticated to the 802.1x network and the session duration. The device information, usually the MAC address and port number, are sent in a packet to the accounting server when the session begins.
Re: MAC-Based RADIUS 802.1x: How Username/Password is sent by the Workstation? When using the AD user auth with RADIUS for BYOD purposes (which is what I do), you can add further RADIUS attributes and tie those to Meraki Group Polices for advanced functionality (multiple vlans, firewall rules, bandwidth shaping, etc.) all behind a single SSID.
To use Login Window Mode for 802.1X authentication on your Mac, here's what you need:
- A bind to an Active Directory (AD) or Open Directory (OD) server
- A network configuration profile installed that enables Login Window Mode for the desired Ethernet interface or Wi-Fi network
Authenticate with Login Window Mode
To authenticate with 802.1X at the login screen, select Other from the list of users, then enter your user name and password. Then, in the pop-up menu, select the network interface that you want to authenticate with, then click .
Change login display options
Mac 802.1x Configuration Profile
To change the login display to always ask for the user name and password, follow these steps:
- Choose Apple () menu > System Preferences, then click Users & Groups.
- In the sidebar, click Login Options. You might need to click in the lower left corner and authenticate before you can make changes.
- Next to “Display login window as,” select “Name and password.”
You can also use a configuration profile to set the login window to display the name and password fields.
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Use Login Window Mode with FileVault
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When you use FileVault, you are automatically logged into your user account after you unlock your disk. To use 802.1X authentication at the login window when FileVault is on, disable automatic login.
To turn off automatic login when FileVault is on, enter this command in Terminal:
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If you want to turn automatic login back on, enter this command in Terminal: