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Registered: ‎01-19-2011

PEAP authentication of APs

I noticed that in the provisioning profile there is an option to supply a PEAP username and password. Does this mean that an AP connected to to a switchport enforcing dot1x can be authenticated?. I have entered a username and password on the gui but when I go back into the profile the configured username and password fields are empty and nothing extra shows up in the config.

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Re: PEAP authentication of APs

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I have always entered the credentials on the AP provisioning screen.

 

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Re: PEAP authentication of APs

OK, I'll use that approach. Is there any use for the settings in the provisioning profile then?

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Re: PEAP authentication of APs


Matt Finnie wrote:

OK, I'll use that approach. Is there any use for the settings in the provisioning profile then?


The provisioning profile is NOT for an access point's wired 802.1x authentication parameters.

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Re: PEAP authentication of APs

What is the usage of the PEAP username and password fields in the provisioning profile page?

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