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Old 02-14-2019, 10:29 AM   #1
lolmc
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Post Netplan auth block unrecognised


Hi,
I am trying to get a Corporate laptop (Linux Mint 18.04) to work with the Corporate Wifi SSID using EAP/PEAP. I have got it working using netplan on the LAN and a Guest SSID using a pre-shared key but trying to get EAP/PEAP set up is proving problematic.

My netplan file is rejected when I try to apply it with the following message:

Error in network definition /etc/netplan/02-netcfg.yaml line 16 column 11: unknown key auth

I have checked the spacing on the yaml file against the examples on the netplan site, forums and anywhere else I can find any which appear to corroborate that my file is written correctly. However, the auth block is just NOT being recognised and I don't know what to do now.

I have attached the yanl file contents in a .txt file.

Can anyone help?
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Last edited by lolmc; 02-14-2019 at 10:29 AM. Reason: Forgot distro info
 
Old 02-22-2019, 10:44 PM   #2
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Hi,
I am trying to get a Corporate laptop (Linux Mint 18.04) to work with the Corporate Wifi SSID using EAP/PEAP. I have got it working using netplan on the LAN and a Guest SSID using a pre-shared key but trying to get EAP/PEAP set up is proving problematic.

My netplan file is rejected when I try to apply it with the following message:

Error in network definition /etc/netplan/02-netcfg.yaml line 16 column 11: unknown key auth

I have checked the spacing on the yaml file against the examples on the netplan site, forums and anywhere else I can find any which appear to corroborate that my file is written correctly. However, the auth block is just NOT being recognised and I don't know what to do now.

I have attached the yanl file contents in a .txt file.

Can anyone help?
I have exactly same issue
I think netplan has bug
 
  


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