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Oops, seems like rebooting my system cleared the problem. Thanks for the help along the way.
You need to use wpa_passphrase when creating a configuration file for a WPA network. wpa_passphrase is included with the wpa_supplicant package. Example: wpa_passphrase "nameOfWifi" "password" > /etc/wpa_supplicant.conf
If you have a second network device you can set up NAT forwarding. Connect to your "internal" network with your cellphone or laptop and have the RPi forward that connection to the network at large. Then authenticate with the browser on your laptop or phone. The network sees the external MAC address of your RPi and associates that with the authenticated ...
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