Network Access for Linux

Follow the instructions below if you are having issues connecting to a wired network port using Linux. For basic instructions on connecting, see Network Access.

Because of variations in operating systems, step-by-step Linux instructions are not available. Basic network configuration settings for most Linux computers require creating an 802.1x connection profile in the network manager and using the following options:

  • Authentication: PEAP or TTLS
  • Anonymous identity: Leave blank
  • CA Certificate: None
  • Inner authentication: MSCHAPv2
  • Username & Password: Your UARK username and password

If you experience problems connecting in a residence hall, contact ResNet tech support.

Updated 07/21/2014


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