Surf On-The-Go WPA2-Enterprise Support?


#1

I recently configured a Peplink Surf On-The-Go router and attempted to connect it to a WPA2-Enterprise secured wireless network. I couldn’t find specific documentation on all the fields that are available to be filled-in on the GUI interface, so I did my best. On the back-end RADIUS server I’m seeing authentication attempts coming from the device with username “Anonymous” rather than the configured username (“photobooth” in this case). Does this device truly support WPA2-Enterprise? If so, can you please provide more detailed documentation on this? We are using EAP-PEAP with MSCHAPv2 and NOT using certificates (EAP-TLS). I’m using Aruba Instant access points and Aruba ClearPass as the back-end RADIUS server.


#2

Would you create a ticket here with the diagnostic report and refer this forum thread in the ticket? You can download the diagnostic report in “Misc” page.


#3

Back to Swackhaps original question. The product sheet says its supported but I am unable to find any additional documentation on the extent of the support.

Does this device truly support WPA2-Enterprise? Can you please provide more detailed documentation on this?


#4

Peplink Surf On-The-Go router (SOTG) WIFI WAN support the following Authentication method:

Peplink Surf On-The-Go router (SOTG) WIFI AP support the following Authentication method:


SOTG Admin Demo (Router Configuration Options)
#5

Hard to tell from the pictures but is the WPA2 Enterprise support only inclusive of PEAP\MSCHAPv2 (Credential based authentication) or can certificates be pushed to the SOTG for EAP\TLS support?


#6

SOTG support both the authentication methods.:slight_smile: