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Denied association (code=12) when connecting to 5GHz WLAN

I'm using the Archer T2U as a WLAN adapter on my Debian machine and I cannot connect to my 5GHz home network. I can connect to my 2.4GHz network without any problems. lsusb: Bus 002 Device 002: ID ...
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IEEE802.15.4 AACK in linux kernel

Is it possible to Auto-Acknowledge (AACK) an IEEE802.15.4 frame by implementing it (AACK) in the kernel ? This is the situation: I have a 802.15.4 transceiver (AT86RF233) in promiscuous mode and ...
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wpa_supplicant not connecting anymore to eduroam

since a few weeks (probably after a dist-upgrade) my machine can't connect anymore to 802.1x networks. I'm using Debian Buster with i3, but using nm-applet. I've also tryied to connect directly with ...
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PEAP-TLS for Linux

I would like to CLIENT setup PEAP-TLS for my 802.1x environment. But unable to find any configuration for same PEAP-TLS is available in Windows but not in Linux (At least in Ubuntu, Redhat family) ...
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What 802.11ac (or later) WiFi dongles work with Linux 4.13 kernel

I want to get a WiFi dongle with the 802.11AC or later standard that is compatible with Linux 4.13 (with Ubuntu 17.10) for a desktop PC (Streacom FC8 mini unit), 64 bit, intel core i3-2130). Context: ...
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Force/Suggest the client to use one specific EAP method

I would like to suggest to the client which one EAP method and inner authentication to use. I'm using hostapd to create the AP. I've tried by removing some methods in the hostapd.eap_user but I ...
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Change default EAP type in hostapd

I'm trying to change the default EAP type in hostapd but I am not able to understand how to do that. Here's what I've found reading the hostapd.conf file: # NAI Realm information # One or more realm ...
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How to change EAP method in hostapd?

I've seen that hostapd support a lot of EAP methods. But it's not clear to me how I can switch to one of these methods. I've checked in the .conf file but I honestly don't know which parameter I ...
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from Windows 802.1X connection instructions to linux

Was looking for PEAP tutorials for raspbian but didn't found any solution so far. In our manual for the LAN-connection to our network are following steps: Activate IEEE 802.1X-authentification Set ...
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Completely non-GUI (or terminal) way to connect to 802.1x wired network

How can I connect to a 802.1x PEAP secured wired network without using any GUI on Debian? I want a non-GUI way as I am using a customized GUI. Also the network doesn't take any certificate for PEAP. ...
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Assigning, or binding, a Redhat user to use specific VLAN id

I'm using NIS to manage users on a Redhat 6.6 closed network. We use multiple VLANs in the closed network. Is it possible to assign privileges or somehow permit specific users to utilize a VLAN while ...
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How to connect to a hidden network with nmcli?

I can connect to a hidden network knowing the SSID that the router/hotspot has set: CONNECTION_NAME=hidden-wifi INTERFACE=wlp0s20u1 nmcli con add type wifi ifname $INTERFACE con-name $CONNECTION_NAME ...
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Freeradius doesn't see its WAP-Client

I have Freeradius v.3 Server and WAccessPoint (hostapd), both on the same machine (localhost) Ubuntu Server 16.04.1 installed. I tested my connection firstly without freeradius -> I can connect to ...
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Convert a WPA2-Enterprise EDUROAM connection in NetworkManager to a system connection

I am a student at an university which has eduroam, a WPA2-Enterprise wireless network. On my account this is configured using NetworkManager. This is the overview of nm-connection-editor: I have ...
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WPA_CLI showing access point as connected when it shouldn't

I'm using linux kernel 3.3 and am trying to use the wpa_cli utility to monitor the status of my WiFi connection. I'm using an Edimax WiFi dongle to connect to a wireless access point. Normally I see ...
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802.11 Duration Field Reset to 0 By Wireless Driver

I am trying to send out custom, raw 802.11 frames using an Alfa AWUS036H with USB driver rtl8187. This is possible using tcpreplay, hexinject, or a number of other Linux utilities. A custom PCAP file ...
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802.11ac USB dongle support in Linux

(cross-post from Network Engineering community) Is it reasonable to expect to be able to get a 802.11ac dual-band USB wireless dongle to work correctly on Debian (wheezy) on an ARM platform (using ...
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Search 802.1x enabled Aceess Point

In my campus, there are 10+ access points available. Some of them are WPA2-PSK enabled while few are WEP and rest are 802.1x secured access points. I want to connect only to those Access Point who ...
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How can I count 802.11 beacons from a SSID network I'm connected to?

Does anyone know of a way to count 802.11 beacons for the network you're already connected to? Doesn't matter if its an Access Point or Adhoc network as both will issue 802.11 beacons. I'm asking ...
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Disable rate control in linux wireless driver

I need to evaluate the performance of a few wireless cards at different bitrates. I found out that "minstrel" algorithm continuously adjusts this rate. Can someone point me to 'how I can manually ...
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Layer 2 handover

I want to know why a device can go from AP to AP without interruption. I do ping to a computer and when I connect to other different AP it is not interrupted. Why¿? Thank you in advance
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How do I find out if my wireless card supports 5ghz?

I have the 03:00.0 Network controller: Intel Corporation Centrino Wireless-N 2200 (rev c4) How do I find out if that card/driver support 5 GHz?
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802.11ac Support in Fedora 20 (or any latest linux distro)

I bought a new HP Envy jt100 laptop (with an upgraded wireless card -- 802.11ac). The default OpenSUSE distro doesn't recognize the wireless card! I'm going crazy trying to figure out how to fix it, ...
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802.1X authentication with NetworkManager

I have a plain DHCP wired connection at home, and a wired connection secured with 802.1X at the office. I need to use the right parameters in each location. I've configured both connections with ...