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Re: wpa_supplicant eap password

Yes when using WPA/WPA2 with PSK that should work. BUT I use WPA-EAP
along with MSCHAPV2. I tried changing password to:


but that didn't work. Obviously you *HAVE* to use plaintext passwords. I
couldn't find (quick search on google) any site related to this topic.

Any help would be appreciated.



On 09/29/10 14:04, patricio retamales wrote:
> Hi, in wpa_supplicant.conf the password must be unreadable
> # wpa_passphrase. 
> network={
> ssid="mywireless"
> #psk="secretpassphrase" this line you can remove
> psk=15c8682775e55d210841b7b6a4ce7386c2a8c6bd8295571ccd5bdfae2e22ec96
> #this is you password encrypt
> #You can add other options
> }
> You can change permissions on wpa_supplicant.conf 
> e.g. chmod 0600 /etc/wpa_supplicant.conf to make it readable by root only.

Victor Dorneanu

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