Configure WLAN Statically in Debian/Linux

If you want to configure WLAN settings on a Linux machine statically you can use the normal /etc/network/interfaces configuration method of Debian. For WPA-PSK you can use this 3 steps: Install the “wpasupplicant” package Generate a psk line with “wpa_passphrase” and copy the hex string after “psk=” root@server:~# wpa_passphrase WLANNAME# reading passphrase from stdinthepasswordnetwork={ ssid=”WLANNAME” …

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Cisco Access Point blocking PPTP

Vienna: 10. August 2011 Problem: A network of some Cisco Access Points AIR-AP1142N-E-K9 connected to an small router works good as expected but when the user tries to connect to en PPTP VPN the connection fails with a time-out. Solution: it was no NAT problem in this case (I fixed this before). Cisco IOS 12.4(21)?? …

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