Ubuntu setting to connect to WPA2 wireless

by Ching-Wan Yip

Last Updated: November 10, 2014 9:42 AM

First published: Oct 11, 2010

use WPA2 Enterprise, Protected EAP (PEAP), MSCHAPv2

[updated 2014/11/10]

you should be able to choose Go Daddy from /etc/ssl/certs/ in 14.04

if for some reason, you can't use the security setting for CA certificate, you can ignore it, thought not recommended, you will get the warning

If you choose not to set a password for keyring, you will see the dialog box warning you about it.

go back to the network menu to disconnect



2010/1011 you should choose /usr/share/ca-certificates/mozilla/Thawte_Primary_Root_CA.crt (screen shot from 10.10, slightly different from 10.04)