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5.4.2. Configuring the 802.1x Security Tab

802.1x security is most often associated with securing wireless networks, but can also be used to prevent intruders with physical access to the network from gaining entry. In the past, DHCP servers were configured not to lease IP addresses to unauthorized users, but this practice is impractical and insecure, and thus not recommended. Instead, 802.1x security is used to ensure a logically secure network.
TLS — (Transport Layer Security)
Tunneled TLS
Protected EAP (PEAP)
User certificate
CA certificate
Private key
Private key password