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Hi, I installed xsupplicant to connect to my university's wifi but I think I just don't get how it works. First, does xsupplicant need another program to work, and if ...
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- 12-04-2006 #1
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- Dec 2006
help with xsupplicant (noob)
# We'll be using PEAP
allow_types = eap_peap
# Don't want any eavesdropper to learn the username during the
# first phase (which is unencrypted), so 'identity hiding' is
# used (using a bogus username).
identity = <BEGIN_ID>anonymous<END_ID>
# As in tls, define either a root certificate or a directory
# containing root certificates.
root_cert = /usr/local/etc/1x/certs/root.pem
#root_dir = /path/to/root/certificate/dir
#crl_dir = /path/to/dir/with/crl
chunk_size = 1398
random_file = /dev/urandom
#cncheck = myradius.radius.com # Verify that the server certificate
# has this value in its CN field.
#cnexact = yes # Should it be an exact match?
session_resume = yes
# Currently 'all' is just mschapv2.
# If no allow_types is defined, all is assumed.
#allow_types = all # where all = MSCHAPv2, MD5, OTP, GTC, SIM
allow_types = eap_mschapv2
# Right now, you can do any of these methods in PEAP:
username = <BEGIN_UNAME>testuser<END_UNAME>
password = <BEGIN_PASS>Secret149<END_PASS>