Fedora Networking :: Cannot Connect To Campus Wireless?

Jun 3, 2009

I 'm using fedora 10 on my laptopI can connect to the wireless network at home where I use verizon router WEP Hex 64bit Open environment.on the campus the wireless is WPA2 , PEAP. I follow their guides here:and I have tried both methods , one is for fedora 8 , the other is for version 10. but with no luck at all.the wicd seems not even to try to connect; Network Manager tries to connect each time I let it; but every time fails

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Ubuntu Networking :: Can't Connect To Campus Wireless Network

Feb 15, 2011

I've got Ubuntu 10.10 loaded on my HP mini, and haven't had any problem with wireless connection before. But since I've started going to my local community college, I've been completely unable to connect to the campus-wide wireless network save for once. I don't know anything about the network other than that it has no encryption.

I have only attempted to connect, thus far, using Ubuntu's built-in autoconnector. Is there a way that I can see what issue it's having, maybe get an error output? The auto connector can't seem to negotiate a DHCP lease, it just times out trying to talk to 255.255.255.255 on port 67. I can't think of why this would be, no one else I've talked to with a laptop has any problem connecting. Is there some, more sophisticated method of working out an IP address that Windows/Macintosh knows to do and Ubuntu doesn't?

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Feb 21, 2011

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Feb 10, 2011

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Code:

wlan0 IEEE 802.11bgn ESSID:"sjsu_campus"
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Jan 13, 2010

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May 5, 2009

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Jan 22, 2010

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Ubuntu Networking :: Connecting To The Campus Network?

Mar 2, 2010

I recently went back to Linux on my netbook because Windows 7 was too laggy (1gb of RAM, go figure). I've never been able to connect to the protected wireless network on my campus without using Windows, though, so I was hoping someone could help me finally get that figured out.

The school has a how-to for connecting to the network using various operating systems, including Linux, here (scroll down to the bottom to choose OS). After following the guide through the CA certificate it mentions, the network manager tries to connect for a while then just sort of times out and asks me to enter the information again. Using Wicd, I noticed that this timeout appears to happen when trying to obtain an IP (after authentication).

My system: Acer Aspire One AOA150 with an Intel 4965AGN wireless card (installed by me a few months back, have had no problems with the card itself not working). I've installed Kubuntu 9.10 Netbook edition and done all available updates. My campus offers an unprotected "Visitor" network that I can connect to without issue, but they limit what you can access using the unprotected network so I need to be able to connect to the WPA2 one.

I've tried getting help from on-campus IT but keep getting told that none of them know how to use Linux, which makes me wonder who exactly wrote the how-to on their website... The guides on the website are for older versions of Ubuntu, but I figured they would remain applicable on a later-version Kubuntu install.

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