On 07.02.2018 07:49, 1351706412(a)qq.com wrote:
My team 's network requires 802.1X authentication for wifi. I can
connect to it with my Arch Linux machine using dhcpcd and
wpa-supplicant, but despite various efforts I haven't been able to write
a working ConnMan profile. On the other hand, connecting to our Eduroam
network via wifi works as expected.
Am I missing something or doesn't ConnMan support 802.1X authentication
over wifi at all?
ConnMan supports 802.1X via Wifi. Basically all the 802.1X
authentication steps are done by wpa_supplicant. ConnMan only passes the
necessary information from the configuration file to wpa_supplicant. So
if you are able to get a connection via wpa_supplicant using dhcpcd you
should also be able get it working with ConnMan.
Note the config file parser is extremely picky and not very verbose.
That means if you have a key string not as ConnMan expects it just
doesn't work. The parser really really needs some love and let the user
know if something is not as it should be.