Wireless internet validating identity problem
WPA/WPA2 only authenticates when you first connect.It does a 4 packet handshake to connect/authenticate and then that's it. Now you can break WPA/WPA2 as well if you capture the handshake packets.Do you have the same security setting, router name, and IP address on the router?The computers have to match the new setting with the router. HOw do I reset the settings of the computers to match the new router? IEEE 802.1X is the standard which defines authentication against a RADIUS server.So if you have access (could be physical access, including say a stolen laptop) you will be able to find the key which will allow any system access to the network... However Im still confused of why all of the sudden validating identity shows up right after I replaced the router from DI-624 to DIR-655. All I did was released the IP before I shut down DI-624 and plug the DIR-655 in powered DIR-655 up and off I go.So I guess I will leave the IEEE 802.1x Authentication disabled then.
FYI- her router (Netgear) login was "routerlogin.net". I did what you said, and change the address to the computer address.
Once you set up UNLV-Secure on your wireless device, your username and password will be stored so that you will not have to log in every time you use wireless on campus.
Remember to protect your device from theft or misuse when you save usernames and passwords.
That is the reason all the sudden "validating identity" show up on the computers.
Just copy the DIR-655 router name, security password..to the computers wireless adapter should fix the in to the router with the computer that can, you know 192.168.0.1, go to advanced/network filter, check that MAC filtering is disabled, the go to WIFI protected setup, check that it is disabled, usually the DIR-655 has at least one of them enabled by default Ummm, my wireless laptop never had problem with validating identity only 2 wired computers are should validating identity.