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1answer
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Access domain A while authenticated against domain B [closed]

In my school, there are 2 domains; A (primary) and B (secondary). A contains the resources required by staff and students. Connecting to the wireless network requires authentication with an account ...
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3answers
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Meraki wireless access point disconnects clients

We have a Meraki MR16 Cloud Managed AP and it disconnects certain clients. The clients with Intel wireless cards work without any disconnects. The Meraki reports the follow in its event log: Sep 4 ...
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1answer
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WPA2 Enterprise without a Client-End Certificate

This question is practically identical to this question, but the difference being that the authentication server is freeRADIUS on Ubuntu and the access-points are DD-WRT. Additionally, I would like ...
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3answers
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How can I enable domain authentication over wireless in Windows 7/2k8?

I've got several domain-member laptops which commonly roam to places where there aren't any network ports available. Occasionally, during these times, the laptop may be used by someone who has not ...
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1answer
203 views

PEAP Trusted Root CA setting not being Applied as directed by Group Policy

I have created a GPO and linked it to a test OU. This GPO has Windows 7 Wireless Policy that directs the machines to auth on the network with PEAP in computer auth mode. This auth is being done with ...
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1answer
645 views

Is a PKI required when authenticating a Cisco Aironet AP via radius against AD

We're a small office and have a Cisco Aironet 1250 access point set to WPA-PSK. Now that we've deployed Active Directory I'd like start authenticating my users via radius instead of a PSK. To this ...
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2answers
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How do you authenticate over http/web for Wi-Fi Access?

If you've used Wi-Fi at any cafe and other various hot spot places around town you might notice that sometimes in order to access the wi-fi you have to go to a login page or an agreements page before ...
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1answer
589 views

Sharing Internet connection between people in apartment blocks

I am currently trying to choose hardware for two projects. The first project: there is a five-storey apartment block, which receives Internet connection through Wi-Fi. It is planned to place a grid ...
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1answer
514 views

Sonicpoint wifi users forced to log on via psk, then log in via web as well. How to disable?

It seems silly but I'm stumped after tearing up all the configuration options and researching. I can't find any way to prevent users having to log in via Sonicwall web authentication in addition to ...
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1answer
103 views

Custom router/wi-fi access

I'm looking for a way to restrict wi-fi access to devices on our network. I've got an external server running on an outside network which should authenticate the user access to the network. What ...
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1answer
314 views

Linux auth to wireless before LDAP/AD logon?

Is it possible, on a linux machine configured for AD or LDAP logon, when the user logs on, to use that username and password to connect to a WPA enterprise wifi connection, which would then allow the ...
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3answers
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Is it possible to logon to a domain via wireless in windows 7?

We have 200 odd wireless-only laptops that I want to put on a domain. The wireless authentication is user based, so establishing a wireless connection before the logon is not possible i.e. machine ...
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1answer
604 views

802.1x authentication over wireless not wired

We have a wireless network that authenticates via 802.1x free-radius server. We have told the wireless network to authenticate accordingly and it works. However when we have a wired network we have ...
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1answer
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Wireless 802.1X Pre Logon connection

I am trialing 802.1x on 20 dell notebooks. I can get 8021x authentication to work however the user has to be logged onto the domain previously for it to work. If a new user logs in they get domain ...
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22answers
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Leaving my wifi open for the world

For my home I want to be a nice neighbor actually I have let my wifi open for the past maybe 6 or 7 years. I know that WEP, etc can be cracked within a couple of minutes but my neighbors son who works ...