05-15-2012 04:39 AM
There is a well known bug on ICS which makes impossible to connect to a wifi network requiring phase 2 authentication (like 802.1x). See:
Some of the vendors have provided patches for their devices. It would be nice to hear the Lenovo position on this.
I think that this is an major issue as many enterprise networks use this type of encryption. It would be great if Lenovo can add a patch before releasing ICS and leaving us without wifi at work.
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05-15-2012 04:07 PM
05-16-2012 02:26 AM
The same bug exists in ICS (at the end of the link you will find a lot users running ICS and not able to connect to PEAP+MSCHAP networks).
I am experiencing the same problem with my Samsung GSII phone. I upgraded to ICS and now I can't connect to networks with PEAP + MSCHAP authentication. I am worried that it will happen the same with my tablet...
05-25-2012 04:45 AM
We have phase 2 authentication here (a friend's 2.x tablet can't connect due to the bug)
and I can connect after OTA3 without any problems.