The Protected Extensible Authentication Protocol is a protocol that encapsulates the Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) within an encrypted and authenticated Transport Layer Security (TLS) tunnel.

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What information do EAP-TLS certificates contain?

I recently read a couple of topics on stackoverflow, concerning the verification of Wi-Fi access points: How Are Wi-Fi access points verified? Why is a CA certificate required for EAP-TLS clients? ...
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Repeating “Type” field in EAP expanded NAK seems redundant?

I'm reviewing the EAP RFC 3748 and I've gotten to the bit about Expanded NAKs, and the examples given there seem to contradict my understanding of the generalised expanded format discussed later in ...