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Thread: Any Alternative to SecureW2?

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    Any Alternative to SecureW2?

    So, my university uses SecureW2 to create an encrypted connection required in order to join the wireless network. The problem is SecureW2 (afaik) is Windows only...

    Is there any alternative to SecureW2 for Linux, if so how hard is it to setup?

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    Re: Any Alternative to SecureW2?

    So, looks like there is a solution with wpa_supplicant, although I keep getting errors when trying to bring it up.

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    Re: Any Alternative to SecureW2?

    this is how you can do it... if you have wpasupplicant you can simply wait until computer finds wireless signal and then set encryption to wpa2(enterprise) and TTLS (tunnelled TLS)... type in your user name like this xxx@xyz.com and password... leave the anonymus identity field blank... this should do the trick (works for me)

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