Step 6 ********************
Configure end wifi clients ********************
authority CA.der (according to above certificate method it should be
certificate with keys sever.p12 (according to above certificate
method, it should be server_keycert.p12).
following screenshots are from Windows 2003 server. But it shouldn't
be very different for Windows XP.
to “start”, select “run”&
Follow the same procedure for importing server.p12 certificate into
“trusted Root” section.
is it for EAP/PEAP (TTLS), but for TLS you also need to
import/install the client certificate. (You would also need to modify
your eap.conf file for TLS.)
the wifi interface
View the “My network neighborhood”, choose your Access point, in
this case “AP3200” (not
really its named mydlink here).
“ok”. Your done configuring the wifi.
wifi interface. Righ click & choose “disable”.
a second or two , re-enable the wifi interface. You should be
prompted for username/password/Logindomain.
supply the username/password & press”ok”.
should connect in less than a second.
you have configured a WPA1/2 enterprise wifi network.
not compiled with openssl support. (Google.)
not installed correctly. (Use demo certificates/use some automating
client XP is not supporting protocol. (Install possibly the latest
not communicating. (Turn off the firewall or open the ports.)
not communicating. (Reset/restart or update the firmware.)
not getting authenticated. (Check logs/ run the freeradius server in
debug mode e.g radiusd -X -z.)
Note: Many thanks to
freeradius.org developers, forum members & the people who wrote
some of the mentioned below articles/howtos.