Iphone connection to Enterprise wireless

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Aug 26th, 2010


We currently have an Enterprise wireless network that uses WPA-TKIP and MS-PEAP for authentication.

We are now investigating how to allow iPhone users to connect securely to the network.  I would be interested to hear how other organizations are achieving this currently.

Ideally, we are looking for a method that does not require any user interaction,  i.e. requires a user to click on a button or enter a password.


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Surendra BG Fri, 09/03/2010 - 09:24

currently PEAP is used.. that means.. username password rite?? there are multiple ways to achieve your requirements..

>> requires a user to click on a button

ANS - Use EAP-FAST.. one click if the back end is configured correctly..

>> enter a password.

WPA-PSK will do this.. the users will just enter the password.



George Stefanick Fri, 09/03/2010 - 16:40


We have iPhones and iPads on our network. You can treat these like any other device. They will do PEAP just a normal client. You may alreasy know this but Apple has a free deployment tool which allows you to config packages. Its called the iPhone config util... But its for the iPad as well.


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