qwf_wifi_SetEnterpriseCredentials()

Updated: October 26, 2022

Set enterprise credentials before creating or updating a Saved Network profile

Synopsis:

#include <qwf/qwf_wifi.h>
qwf_wifi_Results_e qwf_wifi_SetEnterpriseCredentials(qwf_Context_t *pCtx,
                                                     qwf_wifi_EapMethod_e eapMethod,
                                                     char *pUsername,
                                                     char *pPassword,
                                                     char *pCaCertificate,
                                                     char *pCaCertificateDir,
                                                     char *pClientCertificate,
                                                     char *pPrivateKey,
                                                     char *pPrivateKeyPassword)

Arguments:

pCtx
A pointer to the QWF service context
eapMethod
A qwf_wifi_EapMethod_e constant specifying the EAP method used by the Access Point
pUsername
The username for TLS, TTLS, or PEAP authentication
pPassword
The password for TTLS or PEAP authentication
pCaCertificate
The name of the Server Certificate file for TLS, TTLS, or PEAP authentication
pCaCertificateDir
The path of the Server Certificate directory for TLS, TTLS, or PEAP authentication
pClientCertificate
The name of the Client Certificate file for TLS or PEAP authentication
pPrivateKey
The name of the Private Key file for TLS authentication
pPrivateKeyPassword
The Private Key password for TLS authentication

Library:

qwf_interface

Description:

This function sets the enterprise credentials to be used for WPA-EAP or WPA2-EAP authentication. The client application must call this function to temporarily save these credentials before calling qwf_wifi_CreateSavedNetwork() or qwf_wifi_UpdateSavedNetwork().

The EAP method parameter is mandatory but the credential parameters are all optional, and each can be NULL if it's not needed by the specified EAP method. Any non-NULL parameter must refer to a NULL-terminated string.

After the Saved Network profile is created or updated, the credentials are reset to empty strings. At this point, the credentials are part of the persisted profile, and are used when connecting to the associated access point.

Returns:

WIFI_OK Successful result

WIFI_ERR_INACTIVE The QWF Wi-Fi Manager service is inactive or not ready

WIFI_ERR_INT The QWF Wi-Fi Manager service couldn't issue the request or read the response

WIFI_ERR_PARAM A pointer argument is NULL, an invalid EAP method is given, or the QWF Wi-Fi Manager context can't be retrieved