Bypassing T-Mobile's web interface w/ wpa_supplicant...
plosher-keyword-hostap.1d098a at plosh.net
Sun Jul 24 03:14:24 EDT 2005
On Monday 11 July 2005 09:34pm, Martin Samuelsson wrote:
> Have you tried asking them? You are a paying customer, after all...
I seriously doubt that they have even heard of wpa_supplicant... :( (but I
will try anyway)
> > http://www.t-mobile.com/hotspot/services_about.htm
> "Customers who wish to authenticate via 802.1x must use T-Mobile Connection
> I would seriously consider using a different provider, if they hold on
> to that quoted sentence after contacting them.
And I live in a world where the vast majority of Wi-Fi access points
"officially support" just Windows (maybe MacOS as well), and I (and others)
are still able to use their services with our BSD and Linux laptops,
Because, while the web-based interface is clunky, it is at least OS-agnostic
(all you need is a web browser) and it could be a lot worse. I had just
wondered if anyone had found a way around the Connection Manager requirement
Thanks - Peter
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