[Bug 272185] Re: [Intrepid] iwl3945 + iwlagn -- network-manager will not connect to a WPA EAP (Enterprise) network (disassociating by local choice (reason=3) )

hasi whynot at nurfuerspam.de
Fri Jan 9 14:22:04 UTC 2009


I used the workaround hinted by Dan Bracey. It worked perfectly on a
Dell E6400 with Intel 5300 WiFi. I fixed my previous problems connecting
to a WPA2 Enterprise access point using PEAP/MSCHAPv2.

I am running kubuntu, however, I was using nm-applet instead of
knetworkmanager to connect to the network. Thus, I would expect that
ubuntu would behave identical on the same hardware.

In addition to the suggestions made by Dan, I also upgraded
knetworkmanager and network-manager-kde, hoping that the KDE-native
knetworkmanager would be able to connect as well. Unfortunately, it
still fails. Are there any additional KDE libraries that need to be
upgraded, or is ubuntu just ahead of kubuntu when it comes to WiFi on
jaunty?

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[Intrepid] iwl3945 + iwlagn -- network-manager will not connect to a WPA EAP (Enterprise) network (disassociating by local choice (reason=3) )
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