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With the growth of Wi-Fi interoperability and Wi-Fi roaming services, more service, network and identity providers are looking to build roaming businesses for which an easy and fast method to scale up interconnections is key.
RadSec certificate-based interconnection, through the WBA Public Key Infrastructure (PKI), provides a secure, simpler and less manual method to establish peer interconnection.
This document, “PKI RadSec – End Entity Deployment Guidelines”, provides information and guidelines for organizations with Wi-Fi coverage and/or subscribers on how RadSec can help their interworking business. It also offers recommendations and guidelines on how to set up PKI RadSec. This work complements the already released “PKI RadSec – Operator Deployment Guidelines” document, which provide guidelines for implementing RADIUS interconnections using RadSec coupled with WBA’s PKI.
The PKI-RadSec Documentation are fully accessible for WBA members only. If you are a WBA Member, please access the WBA Extranet to download PKI-RadSec Documentation, including the WBA PKI Certificate Policy, End-Entity Deployment Guidelines and PKI RadSec – Operator Deployment Guidelines.
The PKI RadSec – End Entity Deployment Guidelines is brought to you by WBA Roaming Evolution group.
Please contact us to find out more about the full document available to WBA members.
A Case Study by Telefónica, Quantenna, and Aerial Technologies
This document summarizes the pillars behind the technologies developed by Aerial Technologies and the result of the Precommercial pilot with Telefónica. The reader will be able to understand the sensing mechanism used by Aerial and how they leverage the existing WiFi infrastructure to perform device-free human activity classification and how this technology was used in the pilot with Telefónica.