I work as a system administrator managing the internet of a dorm. We are running a wireless network with WPA2 Enterprise authentication.
Some people have been asking how to connect devices such as the chromecast, PS3/4, printers etc. that do no support WPA2 Enterprise and I'm therefore looking for dorm-level solutions, e.g. something I can apply.
I don't want the security to be weakened and I prefer not having an open network, with a captive portal, as mac adresses are easily cloned and data traffic is not encrypted. I also require that every device much be identifiable to which user it belongs, which rules out an WPA2-PSK network (?).
The network equipment we are running are
- Cisco Aironet 2602 Autonomous (no controller) APs
- HP ProCurve 2810-24G switches
I'm aware that the hardware we have is not necessarily the best for the setup, but it is what we've got and we cannot afford a licence for a controller-based setup.
How can i securely and convieniently allow users to connect devices with lesser security?