EAP-TTLS certificate warning for CA-signed certificates on iPad


we set up a Wi-Fi profile with EAP-TTLS on an iPad. The authentication is done by a AAA with a Verisign Class 3 server certificate installed.

During the authentication process the server sends the certificate along with the intermediate Verisign certificates.

Although the iPad has the Verisign Class 3 certificate installed, we still see a untrustred certificate warning.

Does anyone know why?

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All of the SSL Certificates are untrusted, unless provided by Apple.
php-newbieAuthor Commented:
BlueYonder, thanks for the comment!

The solution was to add the distinguished name of the certificate as 'trusted server' in the mobile config profile.

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php-newbieAuthor Commented:
found the solution myself.
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