We will be using the WiFi infrastructure from the University of Lisbon.
They configured us a special account to be used in the eduroam network.
Save this information and put it handy to help you configuring your laptop.
- Network name (SSID): eduroam
- Protocol with WPA/TKIP and PEAP
- Username: email@example.com
- Password: yapceu2009
You can get more information visiting:
During the event you can consult that webpage connecting to ‘eduroam-guest’ wireless network.
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The above info might not be correct for all people...
Security: WPA / WPA2
Protocol / Authentication: Tunneled TLS (TTLS)
Inner Authentication: PAP
(this works for me, Wendy, on Linux Ubuntu, and the other settings do not work)
Although if you can read this it might not be helpful, here is a wpa_supplicant config snippet:
After having the cofiguration file:
$ wpa_supplicant -i <interface> -c <configuration_file>
you need to leave the wpa daemon running and then:
$ dhclient <interface>
Ubuntu Linux: WPA & WPA2 Enterprise, Tunneled TLS, Anonymous Identity: leave empty, CA: not needed, Inner Auth: PAP or MSCHAPv2, User name: firstname.lastname@example.org, password: yapceu2009.
Last modified: 04/08/09 11:55 by Elizabeth Mattijsen (liz)Tags: wifi wireless