If you already set up ntu_peap prior to this date, please delete your old network settings and complete setup again using your NTU e-mail password.
(Note: do not include @tw in the account name.) To find instructions on how to delete your original network settings, go here: Network Connection On "Wireless Network Connection", right-click and select "Properties".
The workaround is to manually create the network profile, setting it to use WPA2-Enterprise, then use the command line to fix the profile.
Note: There have been reports of Android devices corrupting network profiles; when this happens, the device keeps trying and failing to connect to FVCCNET.
Follow the instructions below to remove the network, then connect to it as a 'new' network. For more info see Delete a network connection in Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2. Find the network on the list, right-click it, and select When the network connects and Windows asks what type of network, pick Public.
(The other choices will make your computer do extra work scanning the network for shared resources; this normally isn't dangerous, but it will waste processor time and battery life.) If the above instructions do not work, you may have to manually add the FVCCNET network profile.
As such, associating with an 802.1x-protected SSID consists of simply connecting to the network, as outlined below: The following steps will configure a Windows Vista client to use 802.1X with Meraki-hosted RADIUS (NOTE: these are instructions for the 802.1X with Meraki-hosted RADIUS only.
Unfortunately, many network cards and/or drivers from the Win XP era do not play well with WPA/WPA2 networks; connecting may require experimentation, patience, and/or cursing, or it may not be possible with your hardware. (SP2 with WPA updates supposedly will do the trick, but SP3 is a good idea anyway.) The exact interface depends on the software you're using to manage wireless network connections; refer to the summary at the top of this document and the help pages or other documentation for your computer.
See Windows XP WPA2-Enterprise using IEEE 802.1X | for one step by step guide that may help.
There are unverified reports that it is possible to jailbreak older Kindles and create scripts to manually join WPA-Enterprise networks ; try at your own risk.
For newer versions, follow the directions for Android, above.