Hostapd and wpa_supplicant configuration
Sat Aug 16 05:22:43 PDT 2008
On Thu, Aug 14, 2008 at 11:22:00AM +0200, mohamed.chaari at orange-ftgroup.com wrote:
> I want to use hostapd and wpa_supplicant to sercure the access to a
> Network. I want to use WPA-EAP with EAP-PSK. I have installed hostapd in
> the Access Point and wa_supplicant in te client laptop. I used these
> configurations :
> * The file hostapd.conf :
The configuration for an external RADIUS server is not actually needed
(or used) if the internal authentication server (eap_server=1) is used.
The internal server skips RADIUS processing completely.
However, you do need to configure the user accounts and password for the
internal server in order for the authentication to work. eap_user_file
option is used in hostapd.conf to point to the user data and the user
file defines valid user names and passwords. See the included
hostapd.eap_user for an example how to configure a user for EAP-PSK.
> * The file wpa_supplicant.conf of the :
That needs to be in upper case (eap=PSK).
> nai="eap_psk_user at example.com"
The current development branch (0.6.x) has cleaned up EAP-PSK
configuration to use same mechanism as other username/password(or PSK)
methods. In that version, the configuration would be as follows:
identity="psk.user at example.com"
If you are using 0.5.x, the configuration you showed above is otherwise
correct, but 'eap_psk' should be spelled 'eappsk' here.
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