Wireless validating identity certificate problem
Everything is greyed out since this is a user certificate. Once you are done you should have two files: We are now ready to import the certificates on our Android device.Make sure you select the “Include all certificates in the certification path if possible” and “Export all extended properties” checkboxes. The export wizard will ask you to protect the private key with a password. Most Android devices will only import certificates from an SD card (internal or external).Yesterday I reformatted a friends computer and reinstalled the OS and other software at my house. I brought her laptop and router to my house and it works fine. I tried to install the disc that came with the router, but it said something like the IP address wasn't static and I needed to imput the blah blah blah. Whatever PC was used when they installed Comcast needs to be connected to the router and the MAC address cloned to the router. It will be slightly inside the router housing so she'll need a paperclip to push it. She can then boot her laptop while the router does what its doing. Dot beside No for "Require a logon" and then all the way at the bottom, put the dot beside "Use Computer MAC Address" click Apply.Everything was working fine when she picked it up, specifically the wireless. I did a search for this and maybe one of the fixes will work. Here is the manual for her router so if you are doing this over the phone you can see what she is seeing. Unplug the power to the router then plug it back in.There are three devices that we require for this tutorial: The user certificate is required to authenticate the user, the root CA certificate is required in case you created your own certificate authority.We’ll start with the creation of a user certificate.I hope this has been helpful to help you connect your Android devices to the Wireless network using EAP-TLS.
In this tutorial I will be using a Windows Server 2008 machine running Certificate Services to generate a client certificate for my Android device.
Here’s an example of where I stored the certificate files on my Samsung Galaxy S3: Above you can see that I stored the following two files on sdcard0 (despite the name, this is the internal storage of the phone): Once you have the files in place you import them. We need to install both, let me give you an example of the user certificate.
Type in the password for the private key and hit OK.
username Below you can see that this Android device has a user certificate.
Our Android device now knows about the certificates that we require. With the certificates in place we are ready to connect to the Wireless Network.Our Android device will require the user certificate that we just generated but also the root CA certificate in case you are running your own Certificate Authority.