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    How can I see what users are connected to my wireless network? I am running a sonicwall tz170 for wireless connectivity. Is there a place I can see which machines are connected? Host name and dynamic IP? Can I export this information as well?

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  • GSM cellular network to be run on IP platform

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  • Guest Access on an 802.11x network

    I am trying to set up 802.11x security on our network. The domain machines authenticate fine but a guest machine isn't able to get access. I have set up a policy for it on the Radius server using it's Mac address and the Wireless access point recognises the assigned VLAN but lists it as not...

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  • Guest Access IAS policy

    I am trying to set up guest access of 802.11 wireless access points. My IAS policy puts domain computers into vlan1 and on the AP they show "Forwarding Allowed". I have set up a policy which recognises the mac address of my test guest and on the event log this is shown as a successful...

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  • Linksys wireless-n router with VPN

    Linksys says that I cannot access the wireless Access Point

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  • Secure Wireless

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