I have a windows 7 machine (already configured to connect to the LAN) and a Ubuntu 15.04 machine (yet to be configured to connect to the LAN).
On Windows 7, the configuration is as follows
- 802.1x Authentication
Network Authentication method : Microsoft Protected EAP (PEAP)
Authentication method - (EAP-Token) (in Settings)
Authentication mode (user based Authentication)
I use TFA RSA to authenticate, using my username & pin + RSA token.
How do I configure my ubuntu machine to connect to the same network? What are the settings that I need to provide in Ubuntu.
- I dont see EAP-Token option in Ubuntu.
- Also the fact that it is Microsoft PEAP - Is this a problem?
As far as possible I would prefer that the network admin folks dont have to change anything on their end as its my choice to try to connect an ubuntu machine to this network.
Thank you very much for your help.
Update: Here are some logs from /var/log/syslog. Hopefully gives some insight. Obviously since this is not connected to the LAN, Im not able to easily copy and paste.
Auto activating connection 'LAN1' Activation (eth0) starting connection 'LAN1' Activation (eth0/wired): connection 'LAN1' has security, but secrets are required. Activation(eth0) failed for connection 'LAN1' device state changed: config -> needs auth (reason 'none') libnm-util-CRITICAL **: get_secret_flags: assertion 'is_secret_prop (seeting,secret_name,error)' failed device state change: need-auth -> failed (reason 'no-secrets')