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Article:
  A Technical Comparison of TTLS and PEAP
Subject:   Clarifications
Date:   2003-06-13 12:48:08
From:   anonymous2
Response to: Clarifications

The information seems technically incorrect.


MSCHAP does not require passwords stored in plain-text; and this is considered one of the many advantages of MSCHAP compared to CHAP. CHAP requires the password to be stored in plain-text.


MSCHAP protocol can be used with SQL. A number of RADIUS servers support PPP-MSCHAP with SQL.


If there is indeed a real demand for SQL with MSCHAPv2, then it maybe just a question of time before RADIUS vendors support it.


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  1. MS-Chap is designed for MS Databases
    2003-07-07 08:51:37  anonymous2 [View]

    • MS-Chap is designed for MS Databases
      2003-07-08 21:59:41  anonymous2 [View]

      • MS-Chap is designed for MS Databases
        2003-07-28 16:11:26  anonymous2 [View]

        • MS-Chap is designed for MS Databases
          2003-08-18 05:29:28  anonymous2 [View]

      • MS-Chap is designed for MS Databases
        2003-07-22 06:46:25  anonymous2 [View]

    • Funk Software RADIUS support MS-CHAP-V2 in Solaris
      2003-07-07 17:53:52  anonymous2 [View]

      • Funk Software RADIUS support MS-CHAP-V2 in Solaris
        2003-10-04 09:40:16  pppeterd [View]

  2. Clarifications
    2003-06-19 00:37:34  anonymous2 [View]

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