On 01/29/2013 03:16 PM, Avesh Agarwal wrote:
On 01/29/2013 03:11 PM, Bill Nottingham wrote:
> Avesh Agarwal (avagarwa(a)redhat.com) said:
>>> Is this intended to be integrated into NetworkManager?
>> There is no such plan with this feature as right now the focus is to
>> get the functionality right, but this is something that may be done
>> in future fedora releases.
> Given that NM is the networking stack by default, and the traditional
> network scripts have no support for wpa_supplicant... how is this
> to work out of the box, then?
Right now it is done using wpa_supplicant provided cli.
Just to clarify a little bit further, wpa_supplicant provided cli takes
care of authentication and tnc's end point assessment. Once it is done,
NM or network scripts takes care of setting up networking as usual. I
have not checked if the current support of wpa_supplicant in NM is
enough for this.