enterasys-8021x-rekeying-mib Download

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This MIB module defines a portion of the SNMP enterprise MIBs under Enterasys Networks' enterprise OID pertaining to IEEE 802.1x authentication. This MIB is designed to supplement and be used in connection with the standard IEEE 802.1x MIB. It provides configuration controls for Enterasys Networks' rapid rekeying feature a feature that enhances wireless LAN security by changing the network's radio keys on a regular basis.

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A table that contains encryption-key-related configuration objects for ports on which Authenticator PAEs can run.
Each conceptual row holds encryption key configuration information for the Authenticator PAEs associated with one port.
Determines how an access point selects radio encryption keys. If the selected port/Authenticator PAE does not support the EAPOL-Key feature (e.g., because radio keys are not applicable to Ethernet ports), this object's value will be FALSE and attempts to ...
When rapid rekeying (periodic changing of radio keys) is enabled, the value of this object determines the period, in seconds, between key changes.
Determines the number of bits/bytes used in the encryption keys. Currently supports either 128-bit (16-octet) encryption keys or 40-bit (5-octet) encryption keys.
Determines the association between the supplicant and authenticator transmit keys. If true(1), the authenticator and supplicant will use different encryption keys in order to transmit data. If false(2), the authenticator and supplicant will use a single k ...
Determines whether Rapid Rekeying tumbles Pairwise keys (when it is enabled, and the radio card supports them). If true(1), it indicates that the access point should tumble both Pairwise and Group keys. If false(2), it indicates that the access point shou ...
A collection of objects providing rekeying configuration information about a port on which Authenticator PAEs can run.
A collection of objects providing rekeying configuration information related to Pairwise keys.

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