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en:services:network_services:eduroam:linux_ubuntu_14.04 [2019/02/10 06:40]
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en:services:network_services:eduroam:linux_ubuntu_14.04 [2019/02/21 19:12]
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 =====Setting up the eduroam WLAN with the CAT tool===== =====Setting up the eduroam WLAN with the CAT tool=====
  
-After downloading the [[ https://​cat.eduroam.org/​?idp=5055|eduroam CAT]] you have to make it executable. To achieve this first right click on the file and select //​Properties//​ then select the Permissions tab and check the box next to // Execute //.+After downloading the [[ https://​cat.eduroam.org/​|eduroam CAT]] you have to make it executable. To achieve this first right click on the file and select //​Properties//​ then select the Permissions tab and check the box next to // Execute //. 
 {{ :​en:​services:​network_services:​eduroam:​executable.png?​400 |}} {{ :​en:​services:​network_services:​eduroam:​executable.png?​400 |}}
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 Alternatively the file can be made executable by running //chmod +x // on that file. Alternatively the file can be made executable by running //chmod +x // on that file.
 Now you can run the assistant by double clicking it and selecting //Run//. Now you can run the assistant by double clicking it and selecting //Run//.
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 +=====Manual setup of the eduroam WLAN=====
  
-===== Gnome Network-Manager ===== 
 <WRAP center round important 80%> <WRAP center round important 80%>
 If the eduoram network is configured manually a "​man-in-the-middle attack"​ is possible because the client will accept any certificate signed by the Deutsche Telekom CA. So if it is possible the configuration assistant should be used. If the eduoram network is configured manually a "​man-in-the-middle attack"​ is possible because the client will accept any certificate signed by the Deutsche Telekom CA. So if it is possible the configuration assistant should be used.
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
  
 +To setup the connection with eduroam click on "​System Settings / All Settings / Network"​ (tested under Ubuntu 14.04 LTS).
 +Select "​Wireless"​ then "​eduroam"​ from the list of available WLAN SSIDs. Then click on the wifi icon in the upper right corner (2.) to open the network menue. Now select "Edit connections..."​ (3.). Select Wi-Fi "​eduroam"​ and click on "​Edit..." ​ to edit the eduroam settings. ​
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 +{{ :​en:​services:​network_services:​eduroam:​ubuntu_eduroam-install_eng_03.png |}}
  
-The Gnome Network-Manager can be used to set up the connection with eduroam (tested under Ubuntu 14.04 LTS).+{{ :​en:​services:​network_services:​eduroam:​ubuntu_eduroam-install_eng_04.png |}}
  
-Select "​eduroam"​ from the list of available WLAN SSIDs. When connecting the Network Manager prompts for the connection details (s. picture). The suggested settings are generally good, provide the following information:​ +{{ :​en:​services:​network_services:​eduroam:​ubuntu_eduroam-install_eng_05.png |}}
-{{ :​en:​services:​network_services:​eduroam:​edu-linux-en.png |}}+
  
-You can find the CA certificate under // /​usr/​share/​ca-certificates/​mozilla/​Deutsche_Telekom_Root_CA_2.crt //.+You can find the CA certificate under // /​usr/​share/​ca-certificates/​mozilla/​T-TeleSec_GlobalRoot_Class_2.crt //.
 Enter the username according to the table in the [[en:​services:​network_services:​eduroam:#​username|username]] section and the corresponding password. Enter the username according to the table in the [[en:​services:​network_services:​eduroam:#​username|username]] section and the corresponding password.
  
 +READY!