Our customer wants a wireless network connection for our device.
Our plan was to use a G120 custom board wit RS9110-N-11-22-05 WiFI module (like Cobra with WiFi)
Now our customer says that it needs to support the following security standards:
• IEEE 802.11a/g/n (802.11n 40MHz bandwidth
• Ability to use all European channels: 1-13, 36-140
• Support for setable country code 802.11d
• Roaming time < 1 second for EAP-TLS authentication and AES-Encryption
• WiFi security: Support of WPA2-Enterprise (Authentication: 802.1x/EAP-TLS, Encryption: AES/CCMP) with hardware support for encryption
• Support for soft certificates with the following attributes:
- RSA key length - Certificate Authority (CA) certificate: 4096 Bits
- RSA key length - End-entity certificate: 2048 Bits
- Hash algorithm: SHA2
• Support of multi level certificates (chained certificates)
• Support for importing and storing an .p12 container
• Transmission of the “intermediate certificates” (Zwischenzertifikate) during authentication
• Validation of the server certificate during the authentication
• Support for PMK caching
Does G120 + Redpine module support this?
If yes: How much work can I expect to get this all running?
If no: Is there any other “easy to use” WiFi module I can use to do so?
There is also an requirement in the air for a two antenna system with full diversity.
If this would really be required: What could I use then?