Are there any limitations to connecting to a WPA2 Enterprise network with PEAP authentication on linux? Here at my university, on any major linux distro, I can only connect to the secure wifi 50% of the time and when I do successfully connect, it get booted off in a few minutes. At home I can connect to my WEP internet network easily.
Using Windows I can connect to my home WEP network and my university's WPA2 Enterprise network easily. Note: I work at the computing department here at my university, so I know that there is no anti-Linux mentaility which resticts access to Linux-based distros.)
I removed using yast the package "ssl-cert". At this point yast2 started throwing the error:
Code: Download failed: Download (curl) error for 'https://nu.novell.com/repo/repoindex.xml?cookies=0&credentials=NCCcredentials': Error code: Unrecognized error Error message: SSL certificate problem, verify that the CA cert is OK. Details: error:14090086:SSL routines:SSL3_GET_SERVER_CERTIFICATE:certificate verify failed
And of course a redownload and install of ssl-cert is not possible,I get the same error So I tried downloading and installing the openssl package by hand, but still I got nowhere Does anyone knows how to reinstall this ssl-cert package again??
Updating my install of OpenSUSE from 11.0 to 11.3 and notice that the Nagios network monitor can no longer probe servers with self signed certs.It appears to be any monitor that used openssl 1.0.0 has an issue. If I install the openssl 0.9.8 libraries and use old plugins linked against it, they work fine.
I m nokia mobile to connect to internet in 11.2 configured it all in n/w manager with phone number *99#
APN: XYUX(as given by provider)
Also wrote the dns in resolv.conf but all in vain . it is not connecting neither dialing any number just shows "activating" but with no progress earlier in 11.1 i used kinternet (but i couldn't find it here) is there not any other dialer ? as i ve heard that n/w manager is quite troublesome.
I'm having some trouble connecting to the wireless network here at home. The PC has a Linksys WMP600N wireless network card, which works fine under several versions of Windows. In Opensuse however, I cannot get it to find the network. Even though my laptop is right next to it, which has perfect connection to the network. The router is a Linksys WRT610N.
I've tried running iwconfig and iwlist scan in the terminal, but the scan returns no results and iwconfig indicates it does not have a connection to a network. I've turned off IPv6 as I read this can sometimes cause issues. I've also tried issuing the computer a static IP address, figuring the DHCP might be causing problems, but all to no avail.
since a few weeks I have a problem connecting to other hosts when I'm using another wireless network, which has a different DNS IP than I have in my network. I have to change /etc/resolv.conf to change the nameserver. Can NetworkManager control the nameserver? If yes, how?
I recently ran into a problem with my at&t vpn connection. I'm hoping someone in this forums may be able to help? It's been working beautifully then one day it just wouldn't connect. I'm wondering if AT&T may have something to do with this...? I have tried reinstalling agnclient-1.0-22.214.171.12400.i386.rpm and agnSUSE10Prep-1.0-2.i386.rpm but nothing seem to work.I'm running Linux 126.96.36.199-0.1-desktop i686System: openSUSE 11.2 (i586)KDE: 4.3.5 (KDE 4.3.5) "release 0"
Recently loaded 11.3 onto a virtual machine, however none of the network settings will allow me to connect to the internet. First time Ive had this happen, other distro's Ive experimented with connected with no problems. I recall seeing a similar topic some time ago (dont remember if it was here or another forum), but at the time, there had been no fix. Anyone know if this has been fixed?
im located in Sudan which is under usa empargo, means some software is restricted in my country. My company which has 5000 emloyee os going to build their own webserver which will hold alot of apps which is compatible with linux i didn't trust M$ windows specially on web, so ive to use linux do u recommend any other release other than opensuse coz o can get free update and patches.
I installed KDE on a machine that also runs Vista. We used to have a partial T-1 line with router that ran fine with both OS, but we had to drop the T-1 and go with AT&T DSL, which runs fine with Vista, but won't connect with KDE. I have searched this forum, and others, but nothing seems to work. I also used the 'swerdna' fix, suggested on these pages a while back, but that also didn't work. Of course, AT&T offers no support for Linux.We went to Linux because we were having chronic problems with the Vista system, and would rather not have it at all
Currently my office use a Cisco Firewall which will only allow the ANYCONNECT utility to do the vpn connection. I found a Linux utility (OpenConnect) which will do the same thing, but allow me more flexibility with my networking needs.What I ultimately would like to have is to have a switch that I can connect any network device into it and be connected to the office. IE (my IP Work Phone and Computer) Currently I have is a computer with fedora 13 and two network cards eth0 (home network - connected to a router) and eth1 which I would like to connect a switch to. OpenConnect communicates fine and I can see the work network from the Fedora machine. It creates a vpn0 tun/tap device and I don't know how to pass communication to/from the eth1 device.
Do I try to iptables the ports for the phone and services I need on the computer? Or do I build bridge; and If I do what am I bridging. I have tried making a bridge from eth1 to vpn0 which reply's with unsupported device or something like that.Unfortunately my network skills are bit limited and my office says "it can't be done". Their solution is for me to buy a ASA5505 (or something device) and have a static IP. I would have to make it work as my router and even then it will only DHCP 10 ip addresses; which will cause a shortage of IP addresses in the house.
I'm trying a long time to configure my 3g modem to connect.I had tryied using the KDE Network manager and the modem stay in "Waiting authorization" for ever ^^.The KDE Network manager runs ok in Kubuntu.I had tryied download and install kppp, but kppp don't open my modem (/dev/ttyUSB01)Then how can I configure my modem?
I've just installed Direct Connect P2P and after searching for hubs and setting everything according to this DC++ Guide: Getting Started , I searched for hubs. After connecting to the hubs, DC++ suddenly closes. It happened quite a few times before I gave up. What is wrong here?
My 11.3 keeps dropping the network connection. After a few minutes of websurfing, it decides to quit connecting to the router. The windows machine behind the same router keeps working properly. I disabled IPv6 and rebooted, but still doing same the thing. The router is the DHCP server. I have tested the CAT5e wire, and it works fine.
I just bought a new USB wireless adapter for my openSUSE 11.3 laptop, a TP-Link TP-WN727N. I can't get the new card to connect to my home wireless network, which is named WRT320N in the screenshot. KDE prompts for the key repeatedly but never connects successfully. Part of the problem might stem from the fact that this laptop now has 2 wireless cards: one build into chipset (PRO/Wireless 3945ABG) and the new USB card. Both show up in knetworkmanager but no clear distinction is made between them visually. Strangely my wireless network shows up twice in knetworkmanager as in the screenshot. Once per wireless card? As my wireless network is N-only I don't see why it would do this.
Just moved over to openSUSE 11.4 (KDE) from Ubuntu, yesterday. However, I'm having some trouble with my wireless connection.
I have a wireless network with a hidden SSID and WPA2-PSK security. I entered all the nescery information into the KDE network manager, but it couldn't find my network. So I ran the usual command:
Code: su -c iwlist wlan0 scanning essid [My SSID]
At which point, the network manager immediately found, and connected to, the network. However, it seems that I have to run this command (as root) each time I log in, before my laptop will connect to the network. The network manager has no problem find the plethora of unsecured networks as well as those that are secure, but broadcast their SSID.
I've spent 29 hours trying to figure this out. And I'm about to blow my brains out. Fresh install 11.2. - 64bit but tried 32 bit and same thing. Dell studio 1734. Broadcom wireless and wired. Installed broadcom drivers (b43) through yast. Wired eth0 works. Wireless eth1 works. Surf with Firefox fine. BUT. Kmail will not connect through wireless. Nor can I access repositories through wireless.
Tried blacklisting B43 in ssb no change. What in the hell is going on? I've searched forum after forum and tried everything and CANNOT make this happen.
After a recent installation and update I am having problems connecting to the internet even after following the steps in [URL]... Configure a network card in Suse/openSUSE...." It doesn't always connect when I boot and there is no connection icon on the panel nor the KDE desktop. Can someone assist me with this problem?
I am regular user of windows, but one week ago I installed ubuntu, it was very cool and then I installed opensuse yesterday because I like its kde desktop. But i have problem with wireless, i can see my home wifi, but it doesnt connect. I have same problem in ubuntu, but it was solved when i change passphrase to 40/128 bt from 128 bt, but in opensuse, all i can see is 128 bt or 64/128 ascii. Also I m unable to play mp3 songs in opensuse.
I've just installed openSUSE 11.3 for the first time on a Dell E1505 notebook and am having problems connecting to my home wireless network. Using the Network Manager I've been able to find my home network and connect after entering the network password. After a minute or two the wireless network is still shown as active but their is no connection (websites will not load).
I'm completely new to Linux so I have almost no clue what could be causing this. I have tried connecting the notebook hardwired (Ethernet) to the router and get a perfect connection if that information helps any.
I have done a fresh install of the OS and I am having wifi trouble. I am failing in connecting to an access point that Windows works fine with on the same machine. As far as I can tell it is connecting but not getting an IP address via DHCP. when running ifup it says its backgrounding getting an ip address.
I'm about to create a CSR and was reading this page in the Ubuntu docs: [URL] A couple of things:
* There's no date on the article. The documentation needs DATES because this information gets out of date! Check MySQL docs, for instance -- they are organized by version. * The instructions for generating a cert only specify 2048 bits. I believe that's kind of out of date? The verisign site has big red warnings saying you need 2048 if you want your cert to last past 2013 -- and that article is 4 years old! * The instructions are confusing when discussing the passphrase. We enter a passphrase only to remove it immediately. We need some clarity here. Why do this?
How to understand the current best practices for generating an HTTPS cert for apache and/or mail access?
On Linux Mint (Gnome) i used to go to Network drive. that is on the right hand side of Nautilus there is a short cut for Network. in there i could see my network hard drive and other laptops connected to the network, and i could access my files. but on OpenSuse, when i open the network folder, nothing comes up. may be it needs some sort of configuration.
The kNetworkManager works well on the laptop both on user account and root account. It connects to my mobile broadband fine.
The problem appeared on my PC. When I log into root account - everything seems to be fine, It connects through knetworkmanager - The cellular connection gets activated, I see X and a heart near "Activated". root account reads my DNS'es from resolv.conf
When I only log into the user account (not as root), the knetworkmanager connects - but as I've checked - it seems that it doesn't use the DNS adresses I've entered in resolv.conf (netconfig_dns_policy is set to "") so I can manually add openDNS to the resolv.conf). It just connects -
I did CHMOD the files resolv.conf and config in sysconfig/network - no luck.
The only way to bypass this is logging to root first - connect there, then switch to user while staying connected... but I think it's an annoying solution.
logs contain this when connecting from user account:
Code: May 16 10:30:52 jaychyl-1-linux pppd: Plugin /usr/lib/pppd/2.4.4/nm-pppd-plugin.so loaded. May 16 10:30:52 jaychyl-1-linux pppd: pppd 2.4.5 started by root, uid 0 May 16 10:30:52 jaychyl-1-linux pppd: Using interface ppp0 May 16 10:30:52 jaychyl-1-linux pppd: Connect: ppp0 <--> /dev/ttyUSB0
I mount my NFS shares with fstab entries likexxxx.xxxx.xx:/srv/vdr /media/vdr_video nfs noauto,user,bg,soft,intr,retry=5 0 0 With openSUSE 11.2 works this fine. With openSUSE 11.4 installation (no upgrade) only NFS mount works fine. The umount command works only with root.
I have installed the Suse Enterprise server 11 SP1 on my laptop. I have the atheros AR8132 network card, and it seams the suse is detecting correctly, but i can't start the network up. He returns an erros saying that the eth0 is not supported by suse, or kernel, i must check to be sure.