how to use wpa_supplicant on wpa network with peap and credentialing

John H. mistamaila at gmail.com
Mon Jul 17 17:00:27 EDT 2006


sorry, certificates, that's the word they used.  would i need to do
anything for that?

On 7/17/06, Andrew Barr <andrew.james.barr at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Monday 17 July 2006 16:46, John H. wrote:
> > i have used wpa_supplicant repeatedly on tkip/aes networks with
> > success, but what need i do differently for this network to use peap
> > and credentialing?
>
> adding the following lines to your network block:
>
> eap=PEAP
> identity="username"
> password="password"
>
> should do the trick. You can specify other parameters, but wpa_supplicant
> should be able to autodetect the
> m.
>
> I'm not sure what you mean by credentialing. If you are using certificates
> then you should read the documentation for details, I've never used them.
> Typically these kind of wireless setups ignore certificates.
>
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