Re: Joining 802.1X network with PEAP

On Tue, 2008-07-01 at 18:35 +0200, Giovanni Lovato wrote:
> At my University we have a wireless network with 802.1X + PEAP
> authentication. Configuration for wpa_supplicant follows:
> network={
>    ssid="Stud"
>    scan_ssid=1
>    key_mgmt=IEEE8021X
>    identity="username"
>    password="password"
>    ca_cert="/home/giovanni/ssl/certs/UnivAIR.crt"
>    phase1="peaplabel=0"
>    phase2="auth=MSCHAPV2"
> }
> I have NM 0.7 and wpa_supplicant 0.6.3. When I try to connect with NM,
> log says <> and connection fails.
>  The only difference from wpa_supplicant configuration seems to be the
> `peapver=0' instead of `peaplabel=0', but maybe it's the same thing and
> I'm wrong.
>  What can I try to connect successfully?

Can you try adding 'phase1-peaplabel' as string with a value of "0" in
GConf for your connection?  Either gconf-editor or gconftool-2 will do
the trick; drill down to /system/networking/connections and find the
PEAP connection.  After you've done this, try connecting again and
verify from the logs that NM sends peaplabel=0 to the supplicant.


> Thank you! NM 0.7 is great! At home works perfectly ;)
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