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Old 22nd August 2008, 10:20 PM
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Wifi Uses CA Certificate in .cer Format

Our school has a secure wifi network that requires we log in. While we can use it without importing a CA cert, that's insecure and probably even against the rules for security reasons. We're provided two CA files in .cer format. Technically Linux is unsupported and these are directions for Mac OSX. But they work closely enough up to the point where network-manager refuses to import a .cer file.
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Old 12th February 2009, 05:34 AM
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I wonder if anyone has gotten help with this issue? I'm having a similar issue with my school's network. It uses 802.1x dynamic WEP, PEAP with the Equifax Secure Certificate Authority. I know my logins and domains, as well as anonymous authentication...but I wonder if anyone is able to get this dynamic WEP working?
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