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wifi [2016-07-30 20:42]
Simon [Spacenet]
wifi [2019-05-24 12:02] (current)
tim [Spacenet]
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-====== ​Wifi ======+====== ​WiFi ======
  
 ===== Connecting to the Wifi ===== ===== Connecting to the Wifi =====
  
 ^ SSID ^ Mode ^ Description ^ ^ SSID ^ Mode ^ Description ^
-| Hacklab | 2.4GHz ​WPA2 | General access. Password posted on the wall in G1. | +| Hacklab | 2.4GHz/5GHz WPA2 | General access. Password posted on the wall in G1. | 
-| Hacklab5 | 5GHz WPA2 | General access. Password posted on the wall in G1. | +| spacenet | 2.4GHz/5GHz WPA2 Enterprise | Inter-hackspace roaming wifi. See below. |
-| spacenet | 2.4GHz WPA2 Enterprise | Inter-hackspace roaming wifi. See below. |+
  
 Only spacenet is available in the roof space. This is to provide authenticated access to Hacklabbers working on radio projects, without sharing our internet connection with the entire neighbourhood. Only spacenet is available in the roof space. This is to provide authenticated access to Hacklabbers working on radio projects, without sharing our internet connection with the entire neighbourhood.
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 ===== Spacenet ===== ===== Spacenet =====
  
-[[https://​spacefed.net/wiki/index.php/Spacenet|Spacenet]] is a federated authentication system for secure roaming (wireless) network access across hackerspaces and community events.+[[https://​spacefed.net/​index.php?title=Spacenet|Spacenet]] is a federated authentication system for secure roaming (wireless) network access across hackerspaces and community events.
  
-This means you can connect your device to the **spacenet** SSID using your Edinburgh Hacklab account, and it will automatically re-connect at other participating hackerspaces.+This means you can connect your device to the **spacenet** SSID using your Edinburgh Hacklab account, and it will automatically re-connect at other participating hackerspaces ​and hacker events (like EMF Camp).
  
-Hacklab users should connect with //​username//​@ehlab.uk,​ using your Edinburgh Hacklab account credentials.+Hacklab users should connect with //​username//​@ehlab.uk,​ using their Edinburgh Hacklab account credentials. Supported protocols include PEAP and TTLS, with inner authentication types of PAP, GTC and MSCHAPv2.
  
-Configure your client to use the [[https://​edinburghhacklab.com/​spacenet-certificate.pem|CA certificate]] for the ehlab.uk authentication server. +Configure your client to use the [[https://​edinburghhacklab.com/​spacenet-certificate.pem|CA certificate]] for the ehlab.uk authentication server. ​Our certificate SHA-256 fingerprint is:
-===== Access Points =====+
  
-^ Hostname ^ Location ^ SSIDs ^ +<​code>​ 
-| linksys-e3000 | G1 | Hacklab, Hacklab5 | +BE:​DD:​89:​84:​CB:​F9:​9C:​7C:​41:​BB:​C4:​7C:​1A:​1F:​3A:​17:​45:​29:​DB:​DD:​7D:​26:​EE:​8C:​17:​7D:​97:​B5:​1E:​9B:​69:​DD 
-| wr703n1 | Roof | spacenet | +</​code>​ 
-| wr703n2 | G1 | spacenet | +===== Technical =====
-| wr703n3 | G8 | Hacklab, spacenet |+
  
 +See [[network|Network]].
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