Passpoint certificates are governed by the Hotspot 2.0 OSU Certificate Policy Specification. An OSU server certificate should be obtained from any of the CAs authorized by the Wi-Fi Alliance. Once an OSU provider is selected, the client connects to the OSU WLAN. It then triggers an HTTPS connection to the OSU server, which was received with the OSU providers list. The client validates the server certificate to ensure it's a trusted OSU server. The client is prompted to complete an online registration through their browser. When the client has a valid credential for the hotspot 2.0 WLAN, it disassociates from the OSU WLAN and connects to the hotspot 2.0 WLAN.
|Server URL||Provide a 255 character maximum sign up server URL for the OSU provide|
|NAI||Type a 255 character maximum NAI to identify the user and assist in routing an authentication request to the authentication server. The realm name is often the domain name of the service provider|
|Method OMA DM Priority||Select to provide Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) device management priority. OMA is a standards body developing open standards for mobile clients. OMA is relevant to service providers working across countries (with different languages), operators and mobile terminals. Adherence to OMA is strictly voluntary. Use the drop-down list box to specify the priority as 1 or 2|
|Method Soap XML SPP Priority||Select to apply a SOAP-XML subscription provisioning protocol priority of either 1 or 2. The Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) is a protocol for exchanging structured information in web services. SOAP uses XML as its message format and relies on other application layer protocols, like HTTP or SMTP, for message negotiation and transmission|
Apply a 252-character maximum hexadecimal online sign up description to encode in the ISO-639 language code applied to the sign up name.
|Code||Type a 3-character maximum ISO-639 language Code to define the language used in the OSU provider icon|
|File Name||Provide a 255-character maximum icon name and directory path location for the icon file|
|Height||Provide the icon's height in pixels from 0 to 65,535. The default setting is 0|
|Mime Type||Set the icon's MIME file type from 0 to 64. The MIME associates the file name extensions with a MIME type. A MIME allows a fallback on an extension and are frequently used by web servers|
|Width||Provide the icon's width in pixels from 0 to 65,535. The default setting is 0|