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In EAP One-Time-Password, the client sends a plaintext one-time password to the server, which then checks the password and either accepts or rejects the request. The one-time password is sent in the clear, so it is subject to eavesdropping, and should not be used with static password. EAP One-Time-Password does not support dynamic WEP keys.
EAP One-Time-Password can work with Radiator AuthBy clauses that support one-time passwords, such as AuthBy OPIE, OTP and LDAPDIGIPASS and SQLDIGIPASS.