When someone says "I don't support Linux," I always say "Let's just
pretend I'm using windows, you tell me what to do if I was using
On Sat, 5 Feb 2005 20:32:17 +0000, Conall O'Brien
<conall+ilug at conall.net> wrote:
> On Fri, Feb 04, 2005 at 06:38:13PM GMT, Timothy Murphy
> <tim at birdsnest.maths.tcd.ie> incoherently babbled:
>> > I would have thought a university was almost certain
> > to restrict WiFi access (if that is what you were using)
> > to those whose MAC addresses had been registered with the college.
>> It's more hassle than some sort of 802.1X authentication which can be
> linked into any existing LDAP or Active Directory setup. Not to mention
> the level of difficulty (or lack there of) involved in spoofing a MAC
>> Anyway, I think I've gone a wee bit OT...
>> Do the College Administrators supply documentation for how to Windows
> systems? (Since Linux isn't supported). If so, perhaps they can describe
> how a working setup *should* look like, so you can see if you have any
> discrepancies with the settings you are seeing...
>> Conall O'Brien
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