About two weeks ago I bought an Asus Eee PC to be able to work on my assignments at school. The first thing I did was to install Ubuntu 11.04 of course, which is very smooth on my new netbook.
For more than a week I am trying to connect to my school's WPA Enterprise wifi (Eduroam), but whatever I try, nothing seems to work.
I am entering all the information I am supposed to, but I can't get the wifi to connect.
I tried to connect with the standard Gnome Network Manager. I tried to connect with WICD. Then I tried to change my password on my schoolnetwork, which didn't work, so I changed it back. Yesterday I removed Ubuntu and installed Fedora 15, just to see if this is an Ubuntu related problem. But also Fedora can't connect to the network in any way.
This is driving me crazy. I am able to connect with the internet at school through my Android phone, but this is not ideal, because it is draining my phone's battery quickly.
I would like to know it if there is anyone who has any idea why my laptop cannot connect to WPA Enterprise.
Thanks in advance.
WPA Enterprise settings below;
Wireless security: WPA & WPA2 Enterprise
Authentication: Tunneled TLS
Anonymous Identity: blank
CA Certificate: Equifax Secure Global eBusiness CA-1
Inner authentication: MSCHAPv2