Trying to connect to network with LEAP authentication
James J. Ramsey
jjramsey_6x9eq42 at yahoo.com
Wed Sep 27 21:56:17 EDT 2006
Ok, this is my configuration on the Windows XP side,
from ThinkVantage Access Connections, version 4.12(a
Thinkpad utility for configuring the wireless):
DHCP enabled? Yes
Append parent suffixes of the primary DNS suffix? No
Register connection's DNS suffix in registration? No
Register connection's DNS suffix in DNS registration?
Enable LMHOSTS Lookup? Yes
NetBIOS setting? "Default"
Network name (SSID): tsunami
Connection type: Access point
Wireless mode: Auto
Security encryption: 802.1x/LEAP
Data encryption: WEP
Allow fast roaming (CCKM)? No
Include windows logon with domain name? No
On Ubuntu, this is now my config file:
I've used the above config file with the stock
ipw3945-1.0.5 driver from Ubuntu Dapper, and with the
latest stable Intel driver, 1.1.0, compiled against
ieee80211-1.1.12. I got exactly the same results.
This is the script that, AFAIK, is supposed to load
the driver, modified with an option for extra
install ipw3945 /sbin/modprobe --ignore-install
ipw3945 debug=0x637ff; sleep 0.5 ; \
/sbin/ipw3945d-$(uname -r) --quiet
remove ipw3945 /sbin/ipw3945d-$(uname -r) --kill ; \
/sbin/modprobe -r --ignore-remove ipw3945
However, I saw no extra output from dmesg or in any of
the logs in /var/log.
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