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What are 802.1x networks?

802.1x or also known as WPA/WPA2 Enterprise networks use Username & password authentication instead of a wireless key. Optionally, additional credentials such a certificate may be required depending on the operator.

Common public hotspots using 802.1x and the credentials needed:

Ziggo
UserName=Required
Pasword=Required
EAP-Method=PEAP
Authentication=MSCHAPV2
Radius Server(optional)=Not required
CA Cert=Not required
Client Cert=Not required

Proximus Smart Wi-Fi
UserName=Required
Pasword=Required
EAP-Method=PEAP
Authentication=MSCHAPV2
Radius Server(optional)=Not required
CA Cert=Not required
Client Cert=Not required

TELENETWIFREE
UserName=Required
Pasword=Required
EAP-Method=PEAP
Authentication=MSCHAPV2
Radius Server(optional)=Not required
CA Cert=Not required
Client Cert=Not required

eduroam
UserName=Required
Pasword=Required
EAP-Method=PEAP
Authentication=PAP
Radius Server(optional)=Not required
CA Cert=Not required
Client Cert=Not required
Note: Configurations may vary at different location. Check with local university operator.

DELTA WifiSpots
UserName=Required
Pasword=Required
EAP-Method=PEAP
Authentication=MSCHAPV2
Radius Server(optional)=Not required
CA Cert=deltawifispots-android-ca.crt
Client Cert=Not required
Note: Certificates may expire at certain time. Download any updated certificates and use advanced dashboard to connect.

Disclaimer: The above are for informational purpose only. Operators may occasionally amend their networking credentials and/or implement, update certificates, etc. No rights shall be derived from the above information.