I got a N82 yesterday, and have finally figured out how to connect it to the Wifi (ssid: walkabout) at JCU. So here's a quick run down on how I did it.
Get CA certificates
I used the Keychain access app on my MacBook to export the certificate authority that JCU uses (CACert.org), then sent the cert to the phone using bluetooth. My phone has already been paired with my mac when i set up iSync, so you may have to do that before continuing.
- Start "Keychain Access"
- Find the cert named "CAcert Class 3 Root"
- Right click on it, and select "Export "CAcert Class 3 Root"..."
- Select the directory you wish to save the file to, and click Save (make sure the file format is .cer).
- Find the file in Finder, Right click on it, go to: More -> Send "file name" to -> Phone name. This will send the file in a message to the phone.
- Open the message on the phone, it will detect that it's a cert file automatically.
- Select "Save" to save the cert file.
- Goto: Tools -> Settings -> Connection -> Access points
- Open the options and select New access point
- Set Connectiong name to "Walkabout"
- Set Data bearer to "Wireless LAN"
- Set WLAN network name to "walkabout"
- Set WLAN security mode to "802.1X"
- Enter WLAN security settings
- Set WPA/WPA2 to EAP
- Enter EAP plug-in settings
- Highlight EAP-PEAP, hit options, and select Enable
- Enter EAP-PEAP
- Set Authority certificate to "CAcert Class 3 Root"
- Set User name in use to "User defined"
- Set User name to jc number
- Set Realm in use to "User defined"
- Leave Realm blank
- Set Allow PEAPv2 to Yes
- Go to the EAPs settings (click the right button on the nav control)
- Highlight EAP-MSCHAPv2, hit options and select Enable
- Enter EAP-MSCHAPv2
- Set Username to jc number
- Set Password
I'll do a quick write up on what i think about the N82 in a week or two when i've played with it some more.