connect to corporate wifi that requires CA certificate?

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  1. odoyle81

    odoyle81 Member

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    Has anyone gotten the Droid to connect to a network like the settings I have below? I downloaded the CA certificate and it installed, but the droid thinks it is a personal certificate not a CA certificate...
    The certificate ends in ".crt"
    on my macbook I can also export as a ".cer" but droid still doesn't recognize it...

    Any help or ideas would be appreciated!

    WIFI SETTINGS:

    * Operating Mode/Type - "Network (Infrastructure)"

    * Authentication/Association - "WPA2 - Enterprise" & Data Encryption - "AES"

    * Authentication Type - "PEAP"

    * Authentication Protocol - "MSCHAP v2"

    * User Credentials/Login - EID Username & Password

    * Roaming Identity/Anonymous & Domain - "Leave Blank"

    * Validate Server Certificate – "IPS SERVIDORES" - Wireless CA Certificate file
     
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    How did you get your certificate (*.cer) file to show up as a selection in wireless? I can't get it installed.
     
  3. odoyle81

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    I couldn't.. thats where I got stuck. The droid won't recognize the .cer certificate. Turns out my school for some reason lets me authenticate without it! woohoo!
     
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    I see the Android authenticating on WPA2 enterprise AES PEAP without a certificate as well.
    I tried putting the cert onto the unti but failed, but it works anyway. This is a security hole for sure.....

    I think it is doing a ldap lookup to the domain to locate the certificate or something.

    I posted a thread in the Cisco forums to see what they say....not feedback yet. I did a deep debug on the wireless communication and posted my logs here.
    https://supportforums.cisco.com/thread/2042239
     
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