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Hi there, Just wondered if anyone had any experience with Certificates on Android, I only have a 4.4 Device but I am trying to find where the certificates are installed but when I look in the certificate store on the device the root certificate and the user certificate are not there.
I thought the process had failed but when I go to connect to my SSID using EAP/TLS it works fine and the log shows that it is using a certificate that the ISE has installed see below for the success message.
I just wonder where Android is hiding this. Anyone have any ideas?
|12811||Extracted TLS Certificate message containing client certificate|
|12812||Extracted TLS ClientKeyExchange message|
|12813||Extracted TLS CertificateVerify message|
|12804||Extracted TLS Finished message|
|12801||Prepared TLS ChangeCipherSpec message|
|12802||Prepared TLS Finished message|
|12816||TLS handshake succeeded|
|12509||EAP-TLS full handshake finished successfully|
|12505||Prepared EAP-Request with another EAP-TLS challenge|
|11006||Returned RADIUS Access-Challenge|
|11001||Received RADIUS Access-Request|
|11018||RADIUS is re-using an existing session|
|12504||Extracted EAP-Response containing EAP-TLS challenge-response|
|15041||Evaluating Identity Policy|
|15048||Queried PIP - Network Access.EapAuthentication|
|15004||Matched rule - BYODCertificate|
|22070||Identity name is taken from certificate attribute|
|12506||EAP-TLS authentication succeeded|
Are you using a public signed one? It might fall under the root ones.
Another thing i noticed is that when auth fails the Network Setup Assistant cleans up after itself including half installed profiles which makes it hard to troubleshoot.
Hmm, the fact that EAP-TLS is succeeding means that there is a certificate somewhere that is making this possible :) So what do you see under the "User" tab in the "Trusted Credentials" in your android device?
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OK So did a bit of playing around with Android last night and looked for an application that I could manage certificates with. Didn't find anything but I did find an app that installed certificates for you. When it was going to put a certificate on it asked if it was for "Wireless or VPN/Identification" So I am just wondering if the "wireless" cert store isn't visible.