Using the Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) in Embedded Systems
HCC Embedded CEO Dave Hughes presents a webinar on the most interesting aspects of using the Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) in embedded systems.
EAP is a widely used framework for authenticating devices that plug into a network. The framework consists of an access client or device (EAP peer) that attaches to a network access point (EAP Authenticator) that uses an authentication server (typically a RADIOUS server) to determine the type of access that can be granted to the EAP peer. The authentication method is negotiated – standard methods include TLS, IKE and MD5.
This webinar is for embedded device designers. We explain the role of EAP in embedded devices and how standard implementations are used.
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