[maemo-users] WiFi Connection Problem - N800

From: Josh Z josh.zy at gmail.com
Date: Sat Dec 29 11:12:16 EET 2007
Thanks Mike!

Requirements: "If you would like to try using software (e.g. Dell Wireless Utility, Intel ProSet Wireless, etc.) already installed on your computer, it must be able to support 802.1X security with the TTLS authentication protocol, and the TTLS inner authentication protocol of PAP. You must also add the Thawte Premium Server CA to the Verify Server Certificates option."

I'm using OS2008, and i couldn't go through with the wireless setup without inputing the WEP(SSID, Infrastructure, not hidden, WEP... ), which I have no idea of. But I didn;t have to do that with my laptop setup. 


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Mike Klein" <mklein at vxappliance.com>
To: "Josh Z" <josh.zy at gmail.com>
Cc: <maemo-users at maemo.org>
Sent: Saturday, December 29, 2007 4:51 PM
Subject: Re: WiFi Connection Problem - N800

> Having "Odyssey" cannot be a real requirement. Most people download
> odyssey because their WM/PocketPC wifi support sucks and Odyssey is more
> robust....odyssey also supports Enterprise WPA/WPA2, etc. and this is
> another reason why people want it.
> What are exact reqt's of wifi network? Wep, wpa2, wpa, wpa2Enterprise, etc.
> mike
> Josh Z wrote:
>> Hi- I'm a newcomer here. Just got my N800 2 days ago. First post.
>> Problem here is this: My dorm is 802.11g-equipped, and my laptop works
>> well with the wireless network. However, they do require an Odyssey
>> (by Juniper Networks ) be installed for wireless access, but with N800
>> and Linux, that seems to be a bit of problem. Phenomenon is, I was
>> constantly prompted to enter the WEP when trying to connect to the
>> wireless network. Yes, N800 does a good job detecting the signal
>> strength. Is there any way I can go around this to make it work on my
>> N800? Thanks!
>> Happy New Year!
>> Josh
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