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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.


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try ifconfig -a. Typically ifconfig alone won't show interfaces that are not "up".


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Turns out that the Dragonboard 410C hardware is simply not capable of being a WPA2-PSK access point host. It can act as a client and the original configuration works with different hardware. Thanks @Zoliton for the time! I really appreciate it.


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I am an independent IT consultant, and have been dipping my foot into the Ubiquiti UniFi world increasingly over the last couple of years. Two UAP Pro (pre AC) WAPs in a long narrow office space, and an extremely dense RF environment in downtown SF Financial District. MetaGeek InSSIDer util shows several hundred signals. When I installed it, I cranked up ...


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Given that FreeRADIUS returns an Access-Accept, there are limited things that could have caused this. One of the following is fairly likely: There is an issue with your EAP certificates. Have you got EKU tls server OID included? Windows is very picky about this. FreeRADIUS is compiled against a broken version of OpenSSL (your FreeRADIUS 2.1.12 is ancient; ...


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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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To add my two cents: Typically you enable DHCP on networks (wired or wireless) where user devices reside. Usually the only reason to not have a DHCP server serving a particular subnet is if your office network has subnets specifically for servers. Server networks typically don't need DHCP since static assignment of IP addresses is preferred. Keep in mind ...


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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 ...


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Group Policy can be set for local accounts or domain accounts, normally the domain account takes precedence over the local policy. But here is an article that should help. How to prevent domain Group Policies from applying to certain user or computer accounts. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/816100 Group Policy Precedence: h t t p s //technet ...


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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 ...


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So, if I understand you correctly, the WiFi router gets the internet, and then sends it to the switch. Where is the cable plugged in on the switch? Is it one of the standard ports? Or is it isolated/says something like "internet" on it? If it's the latter, plug it into one of the main ports that you would expect to get internet from. You can also go into ...


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As I am also toying around with hostapd I have tested your config. Starting from my (working) config I narrowed it down to two changes: add a channel for auth_algs use value 3 (instead of 1) Thereafter I can connect from another client to this AP and airport on MacOS reports the AP as using WPA2: $ airport -s | grep Katzenklo | awk '{print $1, $7}' ...


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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, ...


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There could be an error in your /etc/resolv.conf file that nslookup tolerates but curl does not. The question asked was "How is it possible that I can do a host lookup but not a curl?" This is possible because curl uses getaddrinfo() to resolve the FQDN, whereas nslookup does not. Instead, I believe nslookup parses /etc/resolv.conf using some other ...


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Configuring DHCP Relay is done through the ip helper-address command in interface config mode, like so : interface ethernet 1 ip helper-address 192.168.1.1 where 192.168.1.1 is your DHCP server.


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Today, for a relatively modern Linux distro I would initially try to use the ip command ip link show and then filter it's output to get a list of interfaces. You can also use ifconfig -a but newer releases of some distros are nolonger installing this by default. Similarly netstat -i may be useful. You can use the iwconfig command to determine if an ...


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If there is no other traffic on the network, then it is not a question of priority as your packets are already at the front of the line and are being delivered as fast as the systems involved can do it. Larger packets will take fractionally longer to deliver than smaller ones on an individual basis, but that is not likely a factor here. Any gains will have ...


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If you are using Windows Open network connections Open settings of VPN connection Go to Networking TAB Go to TCP/IP - Settings In Advanced disable: Use default gateway on remote network.


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In business environments using appropriate hardware, this is quite common and referred to as out-of-band management. Most big vendors like HP, Dell, Supermicro, etc. implement the Intelligent Platform Management Interface aka IPMI, which is a set of computer interface specifications for an autonomous computer subsystem that provides management and ...



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