You can connect to RPI's wireless network in one of two ways, depending on which SSID (a unique name for a wireless local area network) you want to use.
- The SSID eduroam requires authentication and encryption via 802.1X PEAP (MSCHAPv2)
- The SSID rpi_wpa2 requires authentication and encryption via 802.1X PEAP (MSCHAPv2)
Instructions for specific operating systems / devices can be found in this section.
ssid/network name: rpi_wpa2/eduroam
Security: WPA2 Enterprise
Authentication: Protected EAP/PEAP
Inner authentication: MSCHAPv2
username/identity: <RCS ID>
password: <RCS password>
The other options should be set correctly by default, but anonymous identity is left blank.
IP addressing and DNS should be handled by DHCP.
On some phones, you may need to select 'do not validate' or 'None' for CA certificates.
On Chromebooks, your 'Security' will be forced to EAP. Do not use the default for CA certificates.