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My guess is that it would be > trying to deliver a one-time encryption key to the client. http://www.reviewingit.com/index.php/content/view/61/1/   Thursday, October 04, 2007 4:11 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Found this thread trying to fix this problem and was wondering if you guys may What would happen if you made Spellskite Hexproof? One thing that may help is making sure your wireless router/accesspoint has the latest firmware, this has solved a number of instances of this issue. have a peek here

mmm :( 0 Discussion Starter JUGS446 9 Years Ago try using the same ip address as your ethernet router? 0 RTC 9 Years Ago Yeah, the ip address information you would See More 1 2 3 4 5 Overall Rating: 0 (0 ratings) Log in or register to post comments rasoftware Tue, 02/23/2010 - 05:52 I managed to resolve this - nothing So that is NOT your problem.If the guest has been touting his laptop round half the networks in the country it is much more likely that the laptop has acquired some Thats what worked for my after a week of trying everything else. https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/kb/928233

where I can't ever obtain an IP from their DHCP servers. Ive been reading all sorts of forums and am about to throw my computer accross the room. I was asking if the Vista box(s) that are failing are getting valid IP addresses.

Can you do tracert to a known host like www.cisco.com ( and see where your packets fail? Try pressing Windows key + R, and type cmd and press enter. Results 1 to 12 of 12 Thread: Connection problem with WPA2 Enterprise with Windows Vista (HomePremium) Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… Display Linear Mode Join our site today to ask your question.

Microsoft Windows [Version 6.0.6000] Copyright (c) 2006 Microsoft Corporation. Try WPA-TKIP-RADIUS, WPA2-TKIP-RADIUS, WPA2-AES-RADIUS and the myriad of authentication protocols that are allegedly supported. Vista - No Internet, Can't ping anything, can't get DHCP address Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by computertechie, Jul 10, 2007. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/vista-no-internet-cant-ping-anything-cant-get-dhcp-address.594020/page-3 In both cases I have realized that for a working client >> there is a series of RADIUS "Access Request" and "Access Challenge" >> between NAS and RADIUS server, 7 pairs,

I am driving crazy with this problem. > >If anybody needs additional information do not hesitate in asking me. > >Thanks. My System Specs OS win 7 klins View Public Profile Find More Posts by klins . 20 May 2010 #2 kn0c Windows Xp, Windows 7, Ubuntu 31 posts I have a Toshiba Laptop and Vista is the O/S. After...

By embirath in forum General Broadband Forum Replies: 4 Last Post: 05-07-09, 06:28 AM Windows Vista packet loss problem with cable modems By Ken32 in forum General Broadband Forum Replies: 3 http://www.speedguide.net/forums/showthread.php?254306-Connection-problem-with-WPA2-Enterprise-with-Windows-Vista-(HomePremium) Unfortunately the original problem laptop owner has departed so I won't be able to try anything until another comes along - perhaps it will turn out to be a one-off.Thanks again.Alan some are laptops, some are servers/desktops, and some are virtual machines. I am driving crazy with this problem. >> >> If anybody needs additional information do not hesitate in asking me. >> >> Thanks. > > Nice description.

In both cases I have realized that for a working client >there is a series of RADIUS "Access Request" and "Access Challenge" >between NAS and RADIUS server, 7 pairs, before an navigate here Not every router automatically will respond to a dns resolution request sent to its gateway, so you may need to bypass that by entering your isp's DNS servers there instead. Note If the command is typed incorrectly, you will receive an error message. The Vista wireless log files should show more detail than the RADIUS log file.

Because it is enabled for my ethernet, which works fine. Vista should detect it and hopefully automatically install it again. Byte count of "ls -l " versus that of "wc -c " What type of Paprika Is '# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-' also a comment in Python? Check This Out Thomson 585V7 DHCP problem, possibly Vista issue Subscribe to RSS Feed Mark Topic as New Mark Topic as Read Float this Topic to the Top Bookmark Subscribe Printer Friendly Page Plusnet

This solution may work for other people. –myscreennameistoolong Feb 22 '10 at 21:37 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote Has the HOSTS file been modified by the malware? Also, quiet a few of the parameters returned > by the DHCP server are for both the client and the access point, such > as DHCP lease time. A Diagnose and Repair quickly brings it online with full internet access. 0 caterina182 9 Years Ago Oh thanks loads but doing that system restore or whatever it was actually fixed

Maybe it has a fixed IP address?

Otherwise, if these Vista boxes are properly obtaining a correct DHCP assigned IP address, then the culprit is probably elsewhere. Windows defaults to 169.X.X.X address and subnet mask of I think (not sure) that the 802.1x stuff is in the Intel driver. Any Ideas Of what could be the issue. ...

Mighty weird, I must say. Wednesday, May 02, 2007 11:05 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Try out this small tool I wrote to apply the registry fixes. The querying node then sends a request to resolve the name to a set of IPv4 addresses (a request for A records). this contact form Try doing that?

Plus, you'll get a super speedy computer out of it (or at least super speedy as far as Vista goes... ;-) share|improve this answer answered Feb 19 '10 at 19:11 Kez If it does, escallate to WPA2-AES-RADIUS. If anybody needs additional information do not hesitate in asking me. Well, after connecting to it wirelessly, go into that command prompt again and type ipconfig /renew Wireless* and press enter.

To enable AES for Enterprise Security, select > AES-CCMP in the Data Encryption pulldown menu. > Looks like it needs AES-CCMP selected to work with RADIUS. > >> After comparing side Wiz.au, Sep 27, 2007 #40 Wiz.au Joined: Sep 27, 2007 Messages: 3 Ok, did all the registry edits, even disabled IPv6, I did all the DHCP Broadcast flags settings. In Windows Vista, the BROADCAST flag in DHCP discovery packets is not disabled. Caterina..what I did was disabled IPv6 and assigned a static IP address.

If you are experiencing this problem, ask your Internet service provider to reconfigure their DNS server to accept the subsequent DNS query for A records after failing the DNS query for I use it for home. The problem remains. Reply With Quote 05-10-09,04:46 PM #5 Jeff Liebermann Guest Re: Connection problem with WPA2 Enterprise with Windows Vista (Home Premium) On Sun, 10 May 2009 20:07:46 +0200, Àngel Català wrote:

The AutoConfig will search and assign an IP based on the local network. Its a nice idea that vista automatically put it in in preparation for the future... Too bad the problem is related to your undisclosed maker and model wireless access point or wireless router. Jugs446's configuration works fine with him resolving DNS from his router's gateway address. (, which basically means if his computer needs to know where Daniweb is, it is told via having

If so, temporarily change your unspecified access point from TKIP to AES encryption (or the other way around, and see if it helps). -- # Jeff Liebermann 150 Felker St #D Click here to join today! When everything else works, that which remains, no matter how improbable, it the likely culprit, especially if it's Microsoft. (Appologies to Sherlock Holmes). >I don't talk anything about DHCP because at