When we built our wireless network in 2011 the best way to auth from Active Directory was to run through a radius proxy. It appears now that that is no longer needed in the 9.x controller. I have 2 domains, and I have been successfully authenticating directly from ldap and not radius proxy on my smaller domain.
Before I move my primary domain to direct ldap auth, I wanted to see if anyone else has set this up lately and can offer advice about doing away with radius proxy. In a 9.X environment, with AD auth, is there any reason to keep radius in the picture at all?
Also, I am planning on rolling out chromebooks that will be in a cart for student use. I want to get them to auth with 802.1X with their credentials. It is essential to be to make the login fast (avoid a portal login) and to have per user accounting (I have userid tagged to a firewall)
Has anyone setup 1X auth to a chromebook? Any advice?