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Any one know where you load the CA Certiricate for PEAP if you use ISE as a radius server ?
The Certificate Authority Certificates page appears.
Hope this helps.
You need to select Administration->System-Certificates->Local Certificates
Add the certifcate you want to use. When adding select the following option under Protocol "EAP: Use certificate for EAP protocols that use SSL/TLS tunneling"
This will define the server certificate to be used for PEAP protocols
Jonny provided the section to install the ISE "Identity Certificate" issued by a CA for the ISE itself. I provided the section to install the Certification Authority (Root) certificate. Adding the clarification to avoid any confusion.
Did anyone install a third party cert and not have that stupid error popup saying Terminate/Connect
I'm tired of this windows thingy, eventhough i do everything correctly it still pops up with that error.
Alright, I've been able to create my own CA in win2008 and ubuntu server aswell ( I was so desperate about this cert thing on windows 7 where it popped up that terminate/connect error that i had to create all that)
Anyway the scenario is using third party cert.
**The domain name doesn't have to match ISE domain name for PEAP Authentication** (so i used my guest webpage ssl cert)
Now windows 7 computers that are a part of a domain/workgorup using native wireless client would still get that error no matter what, even if you add the root cert as a trusted authority in cert list and all that, even third party ones.
Seems like a windows7 bug and here is the workaround:
I just did that for root ca and intermediate ca from third party ca (goddady in my case) - I did test it with windows server ca and also with ubuntu server ca (yes i did test alot )
Hope it helps someone as it was driving me crazy
I am also looking for documentation on how to configure ISE just for wireless. Any help would be greatly apprecaited. Especially with machine authentication using certificates.
For wireless configuration, You may download Trustsec “Universal Wireless Configuration” from the following location:
For machine authentication, review the chapter 5 "Managing External Identity Source"
Additionally, ISE 1.1.x user guide is available at this location:
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