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No, this is not possible. WPA2 Enterprise requires successful authentication before any data can be transmitted to/from the client. This obviously precludes serving a web form to the user before they're authenticated to the network.
try ifconfig -a. Typically ifconfig alone won't show interfaces that are not "up".
I am assuming you are talking about a private IP address (192.168.x.x) Which is only accessible when you are on the private IP's LAN this would be the reason you are not able to access the webpage from your school
OK finally after a couple of days of debugging and searching I got it! If we check the log deltaily, we will find that there is something wrong with the ciphers, that word remembered me that a couple of days ago I edited the ciphers_list in eap.conf trying to solve another problem and I didn't set them back, and now when I set them back to default, ...
How does the computer recognize it's in the office? If connected by LAN, you probably would not need something like that. Otherwise they would know, if the office Wifi network is detected. In that case, tell the computer to connect to it when it is discovered. Does that fulfill your needs? Open the Active Directory GPO in the Group Policy Object ...
1) There's no commercial-grade APs made by Linksys. Linksys is a home/consumer vendor. Rest of it's small business device lines was sucked up by the Cisco prior to the Cisco/Belkin deal of aquiring Linksys. 2) The common approach is to split wireless network in VLANs, one vlan for each SSID. Since enterprise-grade AP is usually simply a bridge, it cannot ...
RADIUS (and NPS, its Windows implementation) is your friend. You can start from here: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh994700.aspx. If you have more specific questions, feel free to ask. As it is, this question is way too generic to be properly answered.
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