Re: Windows - how to connect on the ietf-v6ONLY

Brian E Carpenter <> Tue, 14 November 2017 12:26 UTC

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Subject: Re: Windows - how to connect on the ietf-v6ONLY
To: Alexandre Petrescu <>, IPv6 <>
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From: Brian E Carpenter <>
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Date: Wed, 15 Nov 2017 01:26:35 +1300
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> Up in the window uncheck the "Validate the Server Certificate" <-- give 
> up security worries

This is not necessary with an up to date WiFi driver. For whatever reason,
you are trying to run with an obsolete driver, judging by your mail
earlier today. I just verified that my Windows 7, at least, has that
option enabled, as it clearly should be.

> In the Network Authentication window type "ietf" and "ietf" <-- give up 
> security worries, final.

Sure. The login is not kept secret, since that would be pointless with
such a large group of users. There's no news there.

Does any of this involve IETF protocols?