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Old December 1st, 2009, 01:49 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default WPA2 Enterprise help please

hi there.

(I'm not sure if this should be posted here, but i'll try)

Im trying to get WPA2 Enterprise to work on my phone. After the most recent update im able to add a wifi network with WPA2 enterprise on my phone. yet there remains one problem:

Even when i have the network on my phone, when i scan, it says the network is out of range. yet it finds another network with the SAME SSID, but registers the network as WEP... i don't get that. It doesn't delete my other network, but doesn't seem to register it either.

also theres a WEP network which i need to connect to using PEAP. it will only try LEAP

Does anyone have any suggestions for me?

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Old December 3rd, 2009, 05:31 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I'm not sure which phone you have (not listed in your profile). I gather that although the the hardware in the HTC Magic will support WPA2 Enterprise, that a configuration hack is required to get it to work with Android 1.5 in the UI. If your phone is already "rooted", here's the how-to: Issue 1386 - android - Feature req: support WPA2-Enterprise with EAP extensions - Project Hosting on Google Code
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I just picked up an eris and i ran into the "not in range, remembered" issue. i have a belkin n router. in the router, i had:
11b,g,n turned on
wpa2 for the "security mode"
wpa-psk + wpa2-psk turned on for the "authentication mode"

if i turned off the n and left b/g on, my eris would pick up (understandable), but when i turned n back on along with b/g, it would not pick up my network.

turns out that the "authentication type" that i had set was not compatible with the eris. i have to only use "wpa2-psk" only. as soon as i made this change. my eris is able to connect to my network with b/g/n all on. hope this helps. also, i am using wps2-personal, i realize you are using enterprise, i hope this helps
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Old December 7th, 2009, 02:49 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Default hmm...

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If your phone is already "rooted", here's the how-to:
Well, i haven't rooted my phone. (must admit that i'm afraid to brick it)

And ny the way it isn't exactly my network its the network on my school.
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