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I'm trying to find out how many types of WiFi authentications does OS X support. I know it's supports the basic WEP/WPA and even EAP-PEAP. Does anybody have the full list of supported WiFi authentication protocols?

Thanks!

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From the Support article Accessing 802.1X networks in OS X Lion:

This process can be used to join networks with the following EAPOL authentication types:

  • PEAP
  • TTLS (see note 1)
  • LEAP
  • EAP-FAST (see note 2)
  • TLS
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