Windows XP EAP-TTLS, PAP
- On the authentication tab in the box for EAP-Type select SecureW2 and then click the Properties button.
- A new dialog box will appear, click the configure button.
- On the connection tab, deselect the box that says "Use alternate outer identity" and check the box for "Enable session resumption."
- On the certificates tab, click the check box to verify server certificate and then click the button "Add CA". In the dialog that appears find and select the "Thawte Premium Server CA" and then click OK. Once these steps are done it should match.
- On the Authentication tab select PAP.
- On the User account tab have the "Prompt user for credentials" checked until the connection has been shown to work.
- Then click OK. Now click OK on the SecureW2 window as shown in:
- Click OK on the following window:
- Now click OK on the window shown in:
- After a little bit Windows should display a message by the task bar:
- And now click the message box.
A new dialog will appear as shown:
- For the username enter your BannerID and for the password enter your banner password. Leave the Domain field blank. Once that is done Windows will display another message:
and you can now use the wireless connection to check email and browse the web like you would in the dorm rooms.
Problems most often found when using EAP-TTLS and PAP with the SecureW2 client:
You recently changed you password and have SecureW2 set to cache your password, but it won't prompt you for a new password and the authentication system fails.
- Open up the network card properties and select the properties of the NMT-ENCRYPTED-WPA-WPA2 wireless network.
- Once that opens select the Authentication tab and click the properties button below EAP type:
- Click the configure button on the dialog that opens up:
- and move to the user account tab:
Once there click the check box to prompt for user credentials. Click OK a few times to close the dialogs and then try again.