[maemo-users] Disabling password on user certificate for Wifi

From: Frédéric Crozat fred at crozat.net
Date: Fri Dec 7 18:19:54 EET 2007
On Dec 7, 2007 4:54 PM, Kalle Valo <Kalle.Valo at nokia.com> wrote:
> ext Frédéric Crozat <fred at crozat.net> writes:
> > as I wrote in a previous post, my ISP (Free.fr) has just allow access to
> > its private Wifi network dedicated to VoIP (called Freephonie.net)
> > through EAP-TLS, with a set of certificate and public/private key.
> >
> > It works fine (you need to do some openssl magic to convert the
> > certificate in pkcs12 format) but IT2008 is requiring a password to
> > store user certificate. This is extremely frustrating since it requires
> > typing this password each time you connect to the private Wifi network.
> > And since this network is provided from a lot of DSL modem provided by
> > this ISP (about 500 000 modems are already enabled in France), it
> > doesn't allow to use "always connected" feature of IT2007/2008, while
> > moving.
> Yes, the automatic WLAN connection does not work with EAP connections.
> That's a feature which should be changed.

Argg :(

I've just filled https://bugs.maemo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=2503 for this issue

> > Is there a way to disable the password for some user certificates ?
> I faintly recall that it was possible to save passwords for the user
> certificates. But I haven't used EAP-TLS for a long time so I can be
> wrong though.

Well, I just found out about this bug in bugzilla :

I suggest people using Freebox in France to vote for those bugs ;)

Frederic Crozat

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