Android WiFi and RADIUS - CA Certificate Warning?



  • I was setting up someone's Android phone just now and noticed that there was a red warning under CA certificate- "No certificate specified. Your connection won't be private."

    I have AD username and password authentication via a Windows RADIUS server with PEAP and MSCHAPv2. The only cert I have is the one that the RADIUS server is assigned by my local CA. I know that iOS makes you accept or trust the RADIUS server's cert, but haven't remembered seeing any mention in Android. I just don't remember seeing this warning. Is this normal behavior in the current version of Android Oreo?

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  • @wrx7m said in Android WiFi and RADIUS - CA Certificate Warning?:

    I was setting up someone's Android phone just now and noticed that there was a red warning under CA certificate- "No certificate specified. Your connection won't be private."

    I have AD username and password authentication via a Windows RADIUS server with PEAP and MSCHAPv2. The only cert I have is the one that the RADIUS server is assigned by my local CA. I know that iOS makes you accept or trust the RADIUS server's cert, but haven't remembered seeing any mention in Android. I just don't remember seeing this warning. Is this normal behavior in the current version of Android Oreo?

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    Yes, it is normal, I have it to not validate unless I have the CA certificate installed on the ANdroid device.



  • @dbeato - Thanks. Maybe it didn't used to be in red.