[opensource] Intel for OSU wireless, anyone?

Sean Lee lee.2817 at osu.edu
Thu Oct 19 13:03:29 EDT 2006

Quit complaining about things that work fine.  If it works under microsoft's
wireless configuration, then use it.  Also, I don't see how using one
utility over another could make 'it' work several times faster..  If you're
talking about connection speed, it doesn't matter anyway.. the university's
network is pretty slow around the residence areas.

But.. since this is the open source list.. I could help you connect under
linux and wpa_supplicant.. not so much using the intel utility.. but you may
want to try using this guide: <a href="http://8help.osu.edu/2674.html">


On 10/19/06, BRIAN SWANEY <swaney.29 at osu.edu> wrote:
> I'm looking for someone who knows how to connect to OSU's wireless network
> with an Intel utility. OIT refuses to help me connect using "3rd-party",
> non-Microsoft software, although they admit to know how. I had it working
> once before, but they recently changed their security certificates. They now
> have 2 running and I can't figure out how to select both of them. When I had
> Intel running, it worked several times faster than Windows. It also lacked
> several glitches that Microsoft had. Microsoft often has a hard time
> deciding whether or not it's really connected (of course, it's not) and only
> gives me the option to "disconnect" until I restart my computer a few times,
> which can be beyond frustrating. Can anyone help me?
> -Brian Swaney
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