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Default [5/03] WPA-Enterprise WORKING for UT, UNSW, Georgia Tech

At this time, my courseload is way too high for me to do this. I also formatted and lost my sourcecode so I would have to write it from scratch. Sorry!


http://www.4shared.com/file/10324684...nterprise.html

Look below for instructions to request your school

Root, of course, is required.
The only other things this program needs is for the user to input their username and password as well as copy the security certificate to their SDcard as well as copying the security file to the SDcard. The program takes care of the rest.

I can modify my program to allow other people to connect to WPA Enterprise places in their area. If there is interest in this, let me know and I would be happy to upload versions of my program that allows others to connect.


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For UT Students:
1. Copy cacerts.pem to your SDCard. Make sure its named cacerts.pem NOT cacerts.pem or anything else similar. The program is CASE SENSITIVE. Make sure to UNMOUNT your sdcard from the computer
2. Run the program and click always to the superuser prompt (if you have it installed)
3. Input your information.
4. Click Save
5. Click Install
6. Click Reboot
If you ever need to revert, just open the program and click undo!

For UNSW Students:
1. Run the program and click always to the superuser prompt (if you have it installed)
3. Input your password (leave username blank)
4. Click Save
5. Click Install
6. Click Reboot
If you ever need to revert, just open the program and click undo!

For Georgia Tech Students
1. Copy Equifax_Secure_CA.pem to your SDCard. Make sure its named Equifax_Secure_CA.pem. The program is CASE SENSITIVE. Make sure to UNMOUNT your sdcard from the computer
2. Run the program and click always to the superuser prompt (if you have it installed)
3. Input your information.
4. Click Save
5. Click Install
6. Click Reboot
If you ever need to revert, just open the program and click undo!


If anyone else wants it, link me to a page like this one and it will give me an example config.


Enjoy!
 
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I'm putting the finishing touches on my program that allows students that go to the University of Texas to connect to the WPA-Enterprise network here.

Root, of course, is required.
The only other things this program needs is for the user to input their username and password as well as copy the security certificate to their SDcard. The program takes care of the rest.

I can modify my program to allow other people to connect to WPA Enterprise places in their area. If there is interest in this, let me know and I would be happy to upload versions of my program that allows others to connect.

BTW, It definitely does work, I was able to connect to restricted.utexas.edu on my phone and browse the web through it.
Thats good news - I am interested - if this works, i'd be finally able to use it on my uni network.

btw - im on adb 1.5 official.
 
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For those who are in a hurry:
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Sorry I haven't uploaded the APK yet. I've been really busy with school and the like.

I need to put in a couple more lines so no one screws up their wifi. Expect it soon though
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Sounds good, can finally connect to wifi @ my university
 
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Default need a config pls

thanks alot for this.

here's a link for my uni : http://www.port.ac.uk/special/is/mob...elessoncampus/ -> its got the config details.

my uni operates on both wpa/wpa2 and the auth is peap, mschapv2
the cer certificate is on the windows xp part on the above link.

ive converted my .cer to .pem through openssl, so atleast one step is complete.

any help pls? thanks.
 
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thanks alot for this.

here's a link for my uni : http://www.port.ac.uk/special/is/mob...elessoncampus/ -> its got the config details.

my uni operates on both wpa/wpa2 and the auth is peap, mschapv2
the cer certificate is on the windows xp part on the above link.

ive converted my .cer to .pem through openssl, so atleast one step is complete.

any help pls? thanks.
I can try that. Im not sure, but Ill try to wing it for you. Ill send you a PM when its uploaded.
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