Wiki - WLANSetup
diff v9 - v10v9: 24/08/07 23:53 - Thomas Klausner (domm)
v10: 28/08/07 18:41 - Jan-Pieter Cornet (JohnPC)
--- WLANSetup v9 +++ WLANSetup v10 @@ -12,7 +12,8 @@ This WLAN uses the ESSID '''wu-dot1x'''. -There are detailed (but german) instructions available here: [ http://www.wu-wien.ac.at/zid/anleitungen/wlan] +There are detailed (but german) instructions available here: [ http://www.wu-wien.ac.at/zid/anleitungen/wlan] *NOTE* the instructions for +Mac OSX are incorrect, see below for better instructions. There you can find instructions for various operating systems (if you don't speak german, ask some of the orgas for help, or try to navigate the windows by guessing :-) @@ -105,3 +106,22 @@ You should now be able to use the WLAN. +==== Mac OSX ===== + +The German instructions on the wu-wien website are somewhat misleading... due to a bug in Mac OSX, you have about 1.5 seconds to change the trust level screen that pops up. To solve this, use this procedure: + + * Log in using the untrusted "wu" network (or any other network), and then proceed to download the [http://www.wu-wien.ac.at/zid/downloads/wlan_dotlx_root-zertifikat|Root certificate] + + * Rename this file so the file ends in .crt, for example, call it GTE-root.crt + + * Click this file in Finder. This opens Keychain, asking you to add the certificate. + + * Add the certificate to your "X509 Anchors" + + * If a notice pops up "duplicate key", use Keychain to locate the old (and possibly expired) version of the "GTE Cybertrust Root" certificate, and delete it. Then proceed to import the above key again. + + * (Again) Use Keychain to locate the "GTE Cybertrust Root" certificate. Change the Trust settings to "always trust". + + * Now switch network to "wu-dot1x", and login. Remember to *add @wu-wien.ac.at* to your login name, or *you won't be able to login*. + + * If it doesn't work immediately, hit "try again" a few times... apparently it sometimes needs multiple attempts.