Instance Property

tlsClientCertificateRequired

A Boolean value indicating whether a network requires two-factor authentication or allows zero-factor authentication.

Declaration

@property(getter=isTLSClientCertificateRequired) BOOL tlsClientCertificateRequired;

Return Value

If true, the Wi-Fi network requires two-factor authentication for EAP-TTLS, PEAP and EAP-FAST. If false, the network requires zero-factor authentication for EAP-TLS. The default values are true if the EAP type is EAP-TLS and false for other EAP types.

Discussion

Optional. EAP Transport Layer Security (EAP-TLS) is an IETF open security standard that requires a client certificate in addition to a password (two-factor authentication). If an EAP-TTLS, PEAP or EAP-FAST network requires two-factor authentication then a client identity must be configured. If isTLSClientCertificateRequired returns false, a client identity need not be configured. If isTLSClientCertificateRequired returns true, your app must set the client identity by using setEAPClientIdentity:.

See Also

Accessing EAP Properties

trustedServerNames

An array of server certificate common name strings used to verify a server’s certificate.

supportedEAPTypes

An array of supported EAP types.

NEHotspotConfigurationEAPType

The EAP types that may be specified in supportedEAPTypes.

username

The user name string for EAP authentication, encoded as UTF-8.

password

The password component of the IEEE 802.1X authentication credential.

preferredTLSVersion

The Transport Layer Security (TLS) version to use during a TLS authentication handshake.

NEHotspotConfigurationEAPTLSVersion

The EAPTLS Version identifiers that may be specified by preferredTLSVersion.

outerIdentity

The identity string to be used in the EAP-Identity/Response packet during outer EAP authentication.

ttlsInnerAuthenticationType

The inner-layer authentication protocol used by a TTLS module.