Normally, with other wireless devices the CA (ceritificate authority) certificate needs to be installed to the client as well as the pkcs12 client certificate? Is there a way to place a CA and client certificate into the WET200?
What is the proper method to install certificates into the WET200 for FreeRadius EPA-TLS authentication?
Okay, I figured it out. The trick was using OpenSSL to make a new pkcs12 certificate that included both the CA and the client certificates in one file. Once I loaded it into the WET200 and typed in the password everything works.
For reference, the radius debug log showed the following error:
rlm_eap: NAK asked for bad type 0
This apparently means that the supplicant in the WET200 was not able to offer the radius server a compatible eap type which was due to not having a complete certificate path.
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