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#1048 invalid Eduroam problems hak@… ulrich@…
Description
Hi!


Ever since Yokohama I have had problems accessing eduroam at IETF meetings
This is *not* an IETF problem, the problem is somewhere upstream. (Last
time we detected IPv6 problems). But even after several tries it seems we
still haven't found the root cause.

In order to be able to make some request to upstream NOCs I want to ask you
for logs regarding all login requests for "@iis.se" here at IETF 97.

Just as a privacy concern note, I am the only representative of IIS at
IETF, so all these requests have been made by one of my devices.

I would greatly appreciate your help.

Thanks in advance!

/Ulrich
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Ulrich Wisser
ulrich@wisser.se
#1233 worksforme Ninth floor IETF-Hotel Wireless Network Clemens Schrimpe twinters@…
Description
Hello,

I'm unable to join ietf-hotel from my MacBook Pro on the ninth floor.  My
iPhone 8 is able to join the network, but I haven't been able to get to
join.    I'm able to get the Fairmount Wireless, is there a difference
between that and the IETF network?

Regards,
Tim
#374 wontfix Wifi Issue in Romm 6011 llynch@… twalsh@…
Description
I was asked to inform you of the problem I reported to the Hilton Hotel staff concerning the internet access in room 6011.  As I explained to the Hotel Staff, I do not see this as an IETF issue with the network.  It is only a Hotel infrastructure problem.

The problem:
There is only a very weak signal in the room.  Most of the room is actually dead (e.g., in the Bedroom for example there is no signal).  In the suite area by the desk, I find only a marginally adequate signal and even there it is weak and drops out frequently.

Why did I report it:
I do not expect the hotel can fix this on short notice but I felt they should be aware of it as they need to improve the radio signal (someday) in the room.

Of course, if there is a way to get a wireless access point instead in or near my room that would be great but I am not expecting IETF to solve this.  I do want the hotel to know at least of the problem.

Tom



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Thomas Walsh
Juniper Networks
1194 N. Mathilda Ave.
Sunnyvale, CA 94089
Tel: + 1 408 936-7722
Mobile: +1 617 803-4704
Email: twalsh@juniper.net



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