My company uses WPA2 Enterprise encryption. I entered everything like so. I have seen this issue a couple of times on this forum, but I have a slightly different question. We connect to this WIFI for dozens of devices. Android, MacOS and iPhone. Why would the Linux setup be different and require configuration.
Typically, we would hit the WIFI and the on the first time, a page(with my browser) will come up for me to confirm the certificate. But that isn't working on Linux. I also travel to various hotels and there is a prompt after initial connection, will I have the same issue?
Security : WPA & WPA2 Enterprise Authentication : Protected EAP (PEAP) CA certificate I downloaded from the MAC machine and copied the cer file to Ubuntu PEAP version : Automatic Inner authentication : MSCHAPv2 Device: HP Stream 11
I am using Ubuntu 15.10
Also, other documentation recommends, setting 'system-ca-certs=false' but this entry is not defined in the file. I changed the setting but it still does not change the connection.
When I try to connect, the WIFI indicator seems like it is working and then eventually I get a prompt for username and password. I attempt to connect but the prompt returns again. I cannot connect to the Internet.
It is possible that the certificate information is not correct. Is it possible to have Ubuntu prompt a browser for me to continue like it does on the Mac? I exported the certificate from the Mac (Keychain export) and then copied that file to the Ubuntu machine.
Is there other software that I could use? Do I need wpa_supplicant? I hate mucking with my wifi network configuration settings. When I on other devices (mac) I never had to.