My office WLAN is set up as follows:
Cisco AP-1200 b/g
802.1x via PEAP, WPA TKIP, MS-CHAPv2.
I do not require client certificates, and windows clients do not require a server certificate.
I set up my 8320 as follows:
Security Type: PEAP
username: I tried username,
password: my password
CA Certificate: None Selected (also tried selecting a random one)
Inner Link Security: EAP-MSCHAP-V2
Token: None Selected
Server subject: I have no idea what this is
Server SAN: I have no idea what this is...
It doesn't work. All my other clients are configured similarly but the BB won't connect and it claims "incorrect credentials". The AP's log merely states invalid authentication. There is no entry in the IAS server, because this seems to be hanging up at the authentication between the client and AP radios, not actual USER authentication. It seems like I need to be able to specify WPA-TKIP in addition to PEAP, but I don't seem to be able to do so....