Re: [79attendees] beijing ietf network

Randall Gellens <randy@qualcomm.com> Fri, 12 November 2010 05:29 UTC

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At 1:23 PM +0800 11/12/10, Stephane Bortzmeyer wrote:

>  I had a lot of trouble connecting to the authenticated SSIDs (ietf.1x,
>  ietf-nat64): most of the times, it did not associate (either from a
>  PC/Ubuntu or from a HTC/Android).

I found that whenever I switched from one to another (e.g., from a 
session to my room, or from my room back to a session) it would 
associate but I'd always have a self-assigned IP address.  If I just 
picked a different network (such changing from ietf-a.1x to ietf.1x) 
then it would authenticate, get an IP, and all was well.  I've just 
chalked it up to something weird on OS X 10.5.

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