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I have set up on my cisco controller guest wireless.  It works; however,  when you cannot on IE you get "Your connection is not private, NET: ERR_CERT_AUTHORITY_INVALID" .  If you click on advance and unsafe website 1.1.1.1 then it takes you to the web page to put your username and password.

I want to set up guest wireless without this error.
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Question by:kevingattis
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David Johnson, CD, MVP earned 500 total points
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then you need to (a) use a public certificate (eliminate the certificate error) and (b) use some sort of encryption i.e. wpa, wep, wpa-psk
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Not familiar with certificates, do I get the cisco controller to give out the certificate or a windows server?
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I'm trying to get the cisco controller to work with certificates, but no luck yet.  I remember in the past setting up a CA server on one of my windows 2003 servers and using the web browser to receive a certificate.  That's about it of my CA knowledge.  When you say public, do you mean a third party giving out certificates or one of my servers.  Will I have a problem since this is guest wireless and none of the laptops are on the domain?  Trying to find instructions on setting this up but no luck yet.
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by:kevingattis
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When you say public certificate, do you mean to buy one online, SSL.  Why doesn't the one from the cisco controller work?  It shows a certificate for 1.1.1.1.
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