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Not as far as I know. We have to hope that Nokia will support EAP-TTLS-PAP one day, but they do not seem to be in a hurry to do this. At present, the only solution is to get a Windows Mobile smartphone.
bife71: the e51 have mschapv2 (guess what ms stands for which require an active directory backend while pap may use practically anything (e.g. an ldap) ... this being a good technical reason why large organizations may prefer pap.
Well, from a company claiming "Connecting People" I am rather disapointed.
(further research turned out that this feature have been widely requested for at least 1.5 years)
I'd like to know if there is some documentation available on how to program these plug-ins, maybe I could modify the code base of the mschapv2 plug-in to build my own pap plug-in, that can´t be very difficult
Thanks rurik, I've been followin that thread too, but as here, no (good) news. I've been investigating a bit about implementing it myself, it doesn't look easy, there is no info on how these plugins work
I hate closed systems, Open Source Software FTW, I've should have waited for an android or bought the freerunner...