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196 Points

Fri, Jun 29, 2018 5:09 AM

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ASUS GL552V cannot connected to Wi-Fi with 802.11x peap with eap-tls.

We are using ZoneDirector Model ZD1200 and Rukus Model ZF710 and using 802.11x but ASUS GL552V with Wi-Fi driver wireless Broadcom 802.11ac.
This PC still cannot be connected to Wi-Fi.
Anyone help me plz.

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310 Points

2 years ago

Hi Samdy,

What error do you get on the system. Do you see any Access-Request packet for this client on the Radius server. Are there any logs on the Radius server for this client.

Regards,
Vivek

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But I am tried with other Wi-Fi Adapter it working fine Bro.
So what going on?

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332 Points

2 years ago

Hi Sandy,

Try disabling 802.11i,r&k I have had clients that would not join a WLAN with 802.1X authentication with these one of these on. cannot remember exact which of the those amendments it was exactly which resolved my issue. 

Regards

Shane

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Okay, Bro lets me try.

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2 years ago

Very nice Bro! 
it can be connected now.
Thank so much!

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80 Points

2 years ago

The same problem occurred with me on my ASUS laptop. I cannot connect to the WiFi with it. I tried to consult with Hotmail Customer Service for this problem but what it suggests to me I cannot find that on my laptop. So I need some more elaborative help for this. 

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Try disabling 802.11i,r&k I have had clients that would not join a WLAN with 802.1X authentication with these one of these on. cannot remember exact which of the those amendments it was exactly which resolved my issue. 

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It works for me, Bro!

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332 Points

2 years ago

The issue I had was that the client did not support  one or all of 802.11i,r&k.  To resolve this I disabled them within the particular  WLAN setting on my Zonedirector.

One other option is to see if there are any firmware updates for your Wireless Network card or updated drivers. If there are then then that may resolved your issue.