Middlebury

Difference between revisions of "Wireless Troubleshooting"

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In case user keeps getting an WPA error.
 
In case user keeps getting an WPA error.
 
Go to network connect
 
Go to network connect
  You can do this by clicking on the airport icon on the MacOS X menu and selecting "Open Internet Connect..."
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You can do this by clicking on the airport icon on the MacOS X menu and selecting "Open Internet Connect..."
 
Go to the the "802.1X" tab.
 
Go to the the "802.1X" tab.
 
On the configuration option, use the drop-down menu to select "Edit Configurations..."
 
On the configuration option, use the drop-down menu to select "Edit Configurations..."
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Go to the "Utilities" folder in the "Applications" folder
 
Go to the "Utilities" folder in the "Applications" folder
  While in finder you may use, apple-shift-U or go->Utilities, to navigate to the utilities folder
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While in finder you may use, apple-shift-U or go->Utilities, to navigate to the utilities folder
 
Fire up "Keychain Access"
 
Fire up "Keychain Access"
 
Look for an "oncila.middlebury.edu" certificate and delete it
 
Look for an "oncila.middlebury.edu" certificate and delete it

Revision as of 15:31, 18 August 2008

How to configure wireless

midd_unplugged

midd_secure

Windows XP

Mac OS X - Tiger

In case user keeps getting an WPA error. Go to network connect

You can do this by clicking on the airport icon on the MacOS X menu and selecting "Open Internet Connect..."

Go to the the "802.1X" tab. On the configuration option, use the drop-down menu to select "Edit Configurations..." Remove all previously saved connection settings then hit "OK" Close the Internet Connect application.

Go to the "Utilities" folder in the "Applications" folder

While in finder you may use, apple-shift-U or go->Utilities, to navigate to the utilities folder

Fire up "Keychain Access" Look for an "oncila.middlebury.edu" certificate and delete it Delete anything that says "midd_secure" or "WPA Midd_secure" on it. "Basically anything that you removed in the earlier step." Close the Keychain Access application.

Click on the airport icon on the menu. Select midd_secure. Enter username and password. Do not check the "Remember my password in my keychain" box Hit OK

You should now be OK.

Much thanx to Petar

Mac OS X - Leopard

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