wpa_supplicant-EAP-TTLS-PAP issue

Nicolas Will nico at rdo.homelinux.org
Fri Dec 2 16:22:52 EST 2005

Nicolas Will wrote:

>I'm trying to use wireless provided by my corporate network. It uses
>WPA, EAP-TTLS, PAP phase 2 auth, TKIP, WEP104... THE AP hides its SSID.
>Here is what I run:
>Distro:      Ubuntu Breezy 5.10
>Kernel:      Ubuntu's 2.6.12-10 with no patching of my own
>wi-fi card   AT&T pc card on madwifi
>madwifi      ath_hal - ath_pci
>wpasupplicant   0.4.5-0ubuntu1
>Access point      Cisco 1220
>RADIUS server   Funk wotking with an LDAP directory in the back-end
>Command line used:
>$ sudo wpa_supplicant -i ath0 -c /etc/wpa_supplicant.conf -D madwifi -dd
>Here is a directory with the conf file and an output of the command line:
>It looks like things go somehow well, and then it goes into a loop,
>re-scanning, etc...
>I'm trying to get my network guys to do some log tracing on the AP and
>on the RADIUS server.
>I would be thankful for any help provided.

I added my CA's cert in the conf file.

I see OpenSSL lines showing that it is recognized properly, same for my
RADIUS server's cert.

    TLS: tls_verify_cb - preverify_ok=1 err=0 (ok) depth=1
    buf='/C=AN/O=slb/OU=role/CN=Schlumberger Aubade - Certificate Authority'
    TLS: tls_verify_cb - preverify_ok=1 err=0 (ok) depth=0

BTW, my libssl is 0.9.7g-Ubuntu1.1


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