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eduroam_linux [2014/12/11 16:25]
costesbn tested on F20
eduroam_linux [2014/12/22 14:01]
costesbn typo
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   * PEAP version: Automatic   * PEAP version: Automatic
   * Inner authentication:​ MSCHAPv2   * Inner authentication:​ MSCHAPv2
-  * Username: <your username>​@h-its.org +  * Username: ​//<your username>​//@h-its.org 
-  * check "Ask for this password every time", or (not recommended) enter the password. ​The is the same password that you use to access your e-mail.+  * check "Ask for this password every time", or (not recommended) enter the password. ​This is the same password that you use to access your e-mail.
  
 Using TTLS/​MSCHAPv2 requires the following settings: Using TTLS/​MSCHAPv2 requires the following settings:
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   * CA certificate:​ download {{:​hits-eduroam-ca.der|the certificate}} to your computer, then select it   * CA certificate:​ download {{:​hits-eduroam-ca.der|the certificate}} to your computer, then select it
   * Inner authentication:​ MSCHAPv2   * Inner authentication:​ MSCHAPv2
-  * Username: <your username>​@h-its.org +  * Username: ​//<your username>​//@h-its.org 
-  * check "Ask for this password every time", or (not recommended) enter the password. ​The is the same password that you use to access your e-mail.+  * check "Ask for this password every time", or (not recommended) enter the password. ​This is the same password that you use to access your e-mail.
  
 **Step 3.** Click on the WiFi icon again and choose "​eduroam"​. If "Ask for this password every time" was checked (as recommended) in Step 2, you'll be asked for a password - this is the same password that you use to access your e-mail. After entering the password, the authentication should succeed and access to the "​eduroam"​ network should be granted. **Step 3.** Click on the WiFi icon again and choose "​eduroam"​. If "Ask for this password every time" was checked (as recommended) in Step 2, you'll be asked for a password - this is the same password that you use to access your e-mail. After entering the password, the authentication should succeed and access to the "​eduroam"​ network should be granted.
  
eduroam_linux.txt · Last modified: 2014/12/22 14:01 by costesbn