So I was wondering if anyone has FreeIPA setup to do authentication with wireless. We have an ArubaNetworks platform setup to do EAP-PEAP only communicating back to the current OpenLDAP system, but would like to migrate to FreeIPA.I was able to set this up using Meraki MR18s but I have to use a WPA2-PSK (enterprise) with splash page in order to log into my FreeIPA system. I don't know if I will have to put the password in again I am waiting until tonight to test that.All of our laptops are Mac OS X running El Capitan and a few running High Sierra (w/ all of them upgrading eventually). We have under 5 laptops running Windows 7-10 and are mostly hard wired.The issue is that when I log into wireless using FreeIPA I get prompted for a password. It gets added to the keychain but when I shutdown for the night and come back in the next day it asks for the password again the next day.While researching this issue I found that some people have put SSL certificates on the machines. I don't want to create and enroll an SSL cert for EACH user. I would like to get system-wide one deployed IF this is the correct way to go.While this may sound like a ArubaNetworks wireless issue I wanted to pose this question to the mailing list just in case there was a step I missed or didn't do something that might have been documented somewhere and to see if anyone else has had this issue.Thank you in advance!
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