30.08.2018 19:33, Noah Davis пишет:
My college wifi uses MSCHAPv2, which was also chosen
by default in the settings for the connection. I forgot to mention it earlier, but
I'm using KDE Plasma 5.13.4 with NetworkManager.
These are their recommended settings for Android:
- EAP method – PEAP
- Phase 2 authentication – MSCHAPV2
- CA certificate – (unspecified)
These settings have nothing to do with "getting internet", they are for
wifi authentication and you said you are authenticated.
On August 30, 2018 10:54:47 AM EDT, Knurpht-openSUSE
> Op donderdag 30 augustus 2018 16:43:30 CEST schreef Noah Davis:
>> My college wifi uses WPA2 Enterprise/PEAP. I am able to connect and
>> authenticate (username and password are accepted) to the wifi
> network, but
>> I don't get any internet.
Nobody "gets internet" when connected to internal AP (I wonder if AP
connected directly to Internet exists at all). You go via
proxy/router/whatever. You need to explain how your internal users are
supposed to "get internet".
I know it's not a problem with the wifi
>> my Android phone has no problem using the wifi.
So compare current settings on your Android phone and openSUSE after
connection to AP is established. Do you get plausible IP address, do you
get matching gateway, is DNS resolution working. I venture to guess that
you need proxy and Android auto-detects it.
I have an ASUS K501UW laptop running Tumbleweed
You probably miss one of the settings re. Internal Authentication. Ask
sysadmins for the proper settings, we can't see how they configured the
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