dont distribute certificate

Julian Labus jl at
Tue Dec 21 16:22:57 CET 2010

Yes, I was talking about the TLS public certificate, sorry for leaving 
this out. The reason for that is that you only have the ability to 
connect to the hotspot if you have manually installed the public cert on 
your client before connecting.

On 12/21/2010 04:10 PM, John Dennis wrote:
> On 12/21/2010 09:43 AM, Julian Labus wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I am setting up a FreeRADIUS server for our wireless network and I was
>> asked if I can disable the distribution of the public certificate I
>> search around in the www but could not find a solution for this.
>> Is there a way to implement this feature in my setup?
> Perhaps you should explain which public certificate you're talking 
> about and why you want to disable this.
> FWIW public certificates are sent as part of the SSL/TLS protocol, you 
> can't disable this if you're using SSL/TLS. The whole point of a 
> public cert is that not only is it safe to distribute, but it is 
> intended to be distributed which makes your question perplexing.

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