I'm struggling to get my edison connected to my University's network. I found https://software.intel.com/en-us/blogs/2014/12/04/connecting-intelr-edison-to-an-ieee-8021x-enterpri... this guide and it has helped a little bit.
Here is my eduroam.conf
Name = eduroam
Description = eduroam network configuration
Type = wifi
Name = eduroam
EAP = TLS
Phase2 = EAP
Identity = username
Passphrase = password
My school has a details page but I'm having trouble correlating all these acronyms to my conf file
Wireless Name (SSID): eduroam
Security Type: WPA2-Enterprise
Encryption Type: AES (CCMP)
EAP Method: EAP-TLS (or TLS)
Root CA Certificate(s): WPI NetOps Wireless CA
Here's the error i get when I run commandctl connect eduroam:
Error /net/connman/service/eduroam: Method "Connect" with signature "" on interface "net.connman.Service" doesn't exist
Any help is greatly appreciated...
What is the output of you typing connmanctl services? You should see a list of available networks you can connect to. Can you see eduroam? Also the command used is connmanctl not commandctl, make sure the error you are receiving is not because of this.
Alternatively, have you tried to connect to the network using configure_edison –setup?
output of connmanctl services*A eduroam wifi_000000000000_656475726f616d_managed_ieee8021x WPI-Guest wifi_000000000000_5750492d4775657374_managed_none WPI-Wireless wifi_000000000000_5750492d576972656c657373_managed_ieee8021x WPI-Wireless-Setup wifi_000000000000_5750492d576972656c6573732d5365747570_managed_none
I then tried connmanctl connect eduroamError /net/connman/service/eduroam: Method "Connect" with signature "" on interface "net.connman.Service" doesn't exist
I tried the standard setup, but it gave me thisIs eduroam correct? [Y or N]: y Please enter the network username: username What is the network password?: ********* Initiating connection to eduroam. Please wait... Failed to connect to non-global ctrl_ifname: wlan0 error: Connection refused Failed to connect to non-global ctrl_ifname: wlan0 error: Connection refused Command 'wpa_cli ifname' returned non-zero exit status 255
Thanks for the help! That wasn't actually my error, but I did solve the problem.
Here are the instructions I followed:
http://www.esologic.com/?p=1088 Getting a Raspberry Pi on Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) WiFi (WPA-EAP) | esologic