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    Default WPA enterprise network

    My schools network use WPA enterprise with TKIP and protected EAP (PEAP)
    I would like to know how to acces it via. BT3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zero Tolerance View Post
    My schools network use WPA enterprise with TKIP and protected EAP (PEAP)
    I would like to know how to acces it via. BT3.
    Wouldn't your school's network administrator be a better person to ask?
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    Yikes, I don't think this stuff is allowed here.

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    Am i supposed to use WPA_supplicant? To connect to enterprise networks
    That's the actual question?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    Wouldn't your school's network administrator be a better person to ask?
    I have done that but he don't know how to do it on Linux systems.

    PS: Sorry for my bad english

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    He's asking how to connect to a AP with WPA(TKIP) and (P)EAP in Linux, not how to hack it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lord MuffloN View Post
    He's asking how to connect to a AP with WPA(TKIP) and (P)EAP in Linux, not how to hack it.
    What's your point?
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    Yes, you can use wpa_supplicant to connect to a PEAP network. You can also probably use the wireless assistant (although most members of this forum HATE the wireless assistant).

    Just google for "wpa_supplicant PEAP" I saw some example configs in the returns.

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    Are there any other GUI clients i can use instead of wpa_supplicant, xsupplicant, wicd and wireless assistant?

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    /etc/wpa_supplicant.conf
    /etc/network-profiles/gymn

    research the rest
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