bryan at kadzban.is-a-geek.net
Tue Jun 12 07:06:09 EDT 2007
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shantanu choudhary wrote:
> SSL: TLS Message Length: 1950
> TLS: Certificate verification failed, error 19 (self signed certificate
> in certificate chain) depth 1 ...
Well there's the error message: "self-signed certificate in certificate
chain". I assume this tells you what's wrong, but because I don't know
how your certs are set up, it doesn't tell me. I'm guessing that either
your root cert isn't trusted (and you would therefore need to use the
wpa_supplicant.conf ca_cert option), or you never configured your RADIUS
server to use a cert that's actually signed by an upper-level CA (and
it's therefore using some kind of test cert, which is signed by itself,
and which openssl doesn't like).
Depending on which of the above two it is, you'd have to either switch
the certs that your RADIUS server is using, or modify your
wpa_supplicant config file.
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