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#1217 fixed Macbook Pro unable to get on ietf-V6ONLY panda@… Suresh@…
Hi dear NOC friends,
 I am unable to get on the IETF-V6ONLY SSID using my Macbook Pro running High Sierra 10.13.3. I have seen this in multiple meeting rooms (Viscount and Sandringham) and it might be a Mac only issue. My android phone is able to get on the network. A wireshark capture shows that RAs are being received.


#39 fixed [72attendees] Rogue 6to4 RA on wireless network joelja@… Tim Chown <tjc@…>

We still have a rogue RA on the wireless network today, the same one as

The Ethernet source of the RA is an Intel adapter 00:19:d2:7f:a6:52.

The IPv6 source is fe80::6c4e:8ed1:3ad2:4cc4 which might be a Windows
Vista 'randomised' host address.

It's advertising prefix 2002:8281:1394:9:: so has IPv4 addr

It's also offering an fec0:: prefix so is probably running Windows ICS
(perhaps because the system has IPv6 on but is filtering incoming IPv6 RAs
 in the host firewall?)

Anyone got any other clues?

Anything the local ops guys can do? :)

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#41 pending PEAP server for those who do not have an 802.1x cert? joelja@… Tim Hunter <huntert@…>

A gentleman came up to me on the help desk saying he's unable to sign into the WPA-secured wireless networks because he does not have a certificate on his box, and was asking me if there is a public PEAP server he can use?

I'm embarrassed to say that I don't really know how 802.1x works, and so I couldn't help him.

he's looking to use the secure network as he's having spotty performance with the unsecured network -- several people are coming up to say they have a good wireless signal but bad network performance.

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