04-03-2013 10:02 AM
I'm trying to configure a Chromebook to connect to our secured wireless network, but I'm having trouble. I wanted to check here to see if anyone else is experiencing the same issue or if anyone has been successful in connecting their Chromebooks to their secured network.
We have two SSIDs. One is a guest network that is open but requires a guest login. The other is our secured network and uses WPA2-Enterprise/AES, PEAP, and MSChapv2. Users (on devices that connect) enter their AD credentials and login. With the Chromebook, we enter PEAP as the EAP method, MSCHAPv2 as the phase 2 authentication method, no cert, and enter AD username and password, but the Connect button remains grayed out and unclickable. We are able to connect the Chromebooks to our guest WLAN without a problem.
Google searches have returned hits on Google's Chromium site where others are having similar issues, but with no apparent solution. I've found a possible work around, but haven't attempted it because it requires rooting the Chromebook. I'm leaning toward the Chromebook being at fault, but wanted to cover all the bases and check here. Is anyone else having a similar issue/know of a potential solution?
We're running ArubaOS 188.8.131.52 on a mix of 3200 and 3400 controllers, but are planning upgrading to 184.108.40.206 by way of 220.127.116.11 in the next week or so. Our APs are all 125s. Any help is appreciated.
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04-03-2013 10:26 AM
Join Wifi Network> Advanced.
Type in your SSID
Chose PEAP as your EAP Method
Server CA Certificate Do Not Check
Optional: Save Identity and Password
Click on Connect.
Aruba Customer Engineering
04-03-2013 10:54 AM
Thanks, but I've tried as you've suggested before posting. After entering all the connection info, the Connect button remains unclickable. I just heard that someone in another area here was able to join a Chromebook to our network, but it's not passing data. I've asked them what they did to connect and I'm waiting on their response. If I can get the thing to connect, I might be able to glean some info from the logs, but right now the Chromebook I have will not connect. I'll post back if I'm able to make any progress on my end.
04-03-2013 11:47 AM - edited 04-03-2013 11:58 AM
The channel is stable. There are a beta and dev-unstable versions available to select.
Version info is: WebKit 537.22 (@145275), V8 18.104.22.168
Does this help?
EDIT: The Chromebook is apparently updating itself. It's at 30%, but will take a while because our guest account is bandwidth limited. I'll post back the results of this update.
04-03-2013 02:18 PM
The update didn't solve the issue. I tried the beta and dev channels and those didn't help either. I've created a case with the Google/Chrome folks and am waiting to hear froma Chrome Ninja. I'll post back anything I find out that might help someone else.