Implementing Cisco Network Security (IINS v3.0) (#28)

How does the 802.1x supplicant communicate with the authentication server?

The supplicant creates EAP packets and sends them to the authenticator, which translates them into RADIUS and forwards them to the authentication server.
The supplicant creates EAP packets and sends them to the authenticator, which encapsulates them into RADIUS and forwards them to the authentication server.
The supplicant creates RADIUS packets and sends them to the authenticator, which translates them into EAP and forwards them to the authentication server.
The supplicant creates RADIUS packets and sends them to the authenticator, which encapsulates them into EAP and forwards them to the authentication server.