An Approach Devised with Inasu for Multiple Server Authentication RFC Control in SAA Protocol Rules

Taskeen Fathima and Dr.S. Mary Vennila

The IEEE standard for port-level authentication for wireless and wired networks is accomplished with 802.1X. In developing 802.1X, scalability is a key design concept providing support for large scale deployments at low cost. The result of the current market has shown 802.1X has become the basis for all wireless LAN standard authentication methods and is a key component of wireless LAN and its security system. The password based authentication is primarily suitable for wireless networks because it is already widely used and does not require specialized infrastructure. However, for password protocol SDN (Software Defined Networking) became completely vulnerable to offline dictionary attacks. In our earlier paper EAP (Extensible Authentication Protocol) and RADIUS (Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service) protocol accuracy has shown as 93.03%. With RFC 2865 and RFC 3588 using EAP protocol, speed measure for previous password based protocol discussed in the cryptographic community pointed out its problems of leaks of secrets and multi-server displays in one storage password in the real world. As one of the wireless security solutions, SDN based Radius protocol is introduced which is suitable for a practical situation when a user communicates with multiple servers using same password keeps most banned devices vulnerable. Equivalent servers have computing power, but they are not fully protected against various attacks with available EAP and RAR (RADIUS Access Request). The SAA (Supplicant, Authenticator and Authentication server) protocol achieves security and performance based on the device controller using inasu. NAA (Network Address Authority) scalability with its construction, many of the security features and efficiencies have been explored and compared with SDN protocols used in IEEE 802.1X using Moving Target Defense (MTD) based accuracy and results to improve the overall time.

Volume 12 | 03-Special Issue

Pages: 1393-1402

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V12SP3/20201390