Make sure that GeoTrust Global CA is listed on trusted CA list on Nokia phone. (this should be Ok I guess).
Make sure about the configuration on the nokia phone; This is where your problem could be.
Make sure that you configured the device correctly.
- PEAPv0, PEAPv1 enabled.
- PEAPv2 disabled.
- TLS privacy is off.
- Make sure that only PEAP-MSCHAPv2 is enabled and on top of the list of your PEAP methods on the phone.
- Make sure that "Authority Certificate" list on the phone has " GeoTrust Global" listed and choose it from the config page.
- under Mschapv2 config provide your username and password.
with the above config it should work. I tested with too many nokia devices and it worked fine with this config.
However, I was troubleshooting (about two years ago) an issue with a big implementation of nokia 7x series in Australia. We found that there was a problem with the phones. we did sniffer trace and found that the phone does not reply at some point with the needed data. They had to troubleshoot with Nokia and -as I remember- they mentioned there was a problem with certificate storage on the phone. The phone saves certificates in location X but tries to find the certificate in location Y when it tries to authenticate.
If you have correct config and still not working, try do debug client for a nokia device:
then try to connect. collect the debugs.
I am sure it will end with access-reject from the radius. I just want to know if there are other informaiton that may be useful.
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