Bypassing T-Mobile's web interface w/ wpa_supplicant...

shogunx shogunx at sleekfreak.ath.cx
Sun Jul 3 14:45:25 EDT 2005


Doesn't that auth method that offers a web login simply  redirect all dns
queries to resolve to their login page?  If it is still so, ssh right
around it to the IP address of your choice:)


On Sun, 3 Jul 2005, Peter Losher wrote:

> Apologies if this has been brought up before, doing a quick scan of Google
> has revealed nothing so far.  Apparently T-Mobile has rolled out 802.1x
> security on their hotspots:
>
> http://www.t-mobile.com/hotspot/services_about.htm
> (I have heard they do this via EAP-TLS)
>
> which would allow me to authenticate my session at startup w/o using that
> pesky web interface of theirs.  However, reading their FAQ's, it looks like
> it's only available by running their "T-Mobile Connection Manager" which
> oddly enough, only runs on Windows. :(
>
> Has anyone come up w/ a wpa_supplicant config to interface with T-Mobile's
> 802.1x authentication layer?  Or is it likely we will be stuck w/ the web
> interface for the foreseeable future?
>
> Thanks - Peter
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