ffm wrote:matt91 wrote:Does build 656 fully implement WPA support?
herbert wrote:ffm wrote:matt91 wrote:Does build 656 fully implement WPA support?
fully? My question is does it allow for the usuage of WPA enterprise.
I was trying to log into my school network, which is WPA 2 Enterprise, but it wouldn't even show up in the neighborhood, despite being non-hidden. We (a physics major, a comp sci major, a math major and myself - the non-tech) spent two hours trying to get it to work. It was entertaining, but we couldn't even get it to acknowledge that the network existed.
ffm wrote:In any case, you can use "wpa-supplicant", a CLI tool for wifi config.
Please file a bug in our bug tracker and add user "ffm" to the cc list. I'd be interested in this problem as well.
tangomike wrote:When setting up the XO, you definitely need to select pass phrase Hex. You also need to type the letters as capitals, like this: AB5C6D7E... and so on.
I don't know what your security setting is on your access point. If it's WEP then your XO can connect using the XO gui (click on the circle and fill in the blanks). If it's WPA you'll have to do it manually like here http://olpcnews.com/forum/index.php?topic=2217.0.
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