Definitions for "PEAP"
Keywords:  eap, cisco, ttls, tunnel, rsa
Functionally very similar to TTLS, but does not encapsulate legacy authentication methods. PEAP features include: Dynamic Key Exchange; Mutual Authentication; and, Encrypted Tunnelling.
Protected Extensible Authentication Protocal. uses server-side digital certificates to create an encrypted SSL/TLS tunnel between the client and the authentication server. The tunnel then protects the subsequent user authentication exchange. PEAP is not an authentication algorithm.
PEAP-Protected Extensible Authentication Protocol. A protocol proposed by Microsoft, Cisco and RSA Security for 802.1X authentication on wireless LANs (WLANs). (See EAP, LEAP). close
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