how to use wpa_supplicant on wpa network with peap andcredentialing
Tue Jul 18 20:51:58 PDT 2006
How about try this configure in wpa_supplicant.conf in wpa_supplicant
# EAP-PEAP/MSCHAPv2 configuration for RADIUS servers that use the new
I think you might need to get a certificate file (ca.pem) from your
radius server first.
From: hostap-bounces+maureenlai=allion.com at shmoo.com
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To: Andrew Barr
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Subject: Re: how to use wpa_supplicant on wpa network with peap
hmm, i did as i thought i was told to do, but it caused an error in my
config file and not until i commented out the entry could i use
wpa_supplicant for other networks. here is what i had
On 7/17/06, Andrew Barr <andrew.james.barr at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Monday 17 July 2006 17:00, John H. wrote:
> > sorry, certificates, that's the word they used. would i need to do
> > anything for that?
> Well, for PEAP the usual setup is to validate the server certificate
> prevent rogue APs and password stealing and the like. You don't HAVE
> it, and in the case of my university they don't provide a public key
> certificate so I can't (although I understand it might be possible to
> it out of the authentication stream). You can ignore the certificate
> is just a server cert validation like I described above), or you can
> a certificate public key file (see the documentation for acceptable
> to wpa_supplicant. There is an example configuration file distributed
> wpa_supplicant that should have the exact parameter name in it.
> Andrew Barr | http://www.oakcourt.dyndns.org/~andrew/ | GPG:
> "Those who would trade liberty for security deserve neither." -- B.
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