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Old 01-13-2009, 06:36 AM   #1
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Wireless & Cisco Clean access agent


Hi all .. In my work the wireless network is secured by a program called Cisco Clean access agent ( I am connected to the network & can receive & send bytes but I cant browse every-time I browse I am redirected to download this program) .. in Windows I download this .exe file & be able to browse easily .. but in Ubuntu or SuSE I can download it but it doesn't work after installation with Wine so is their a way to override this program .. or is their are versions of this program for Linux .. any ideas ?? Thanks.
 
Old 01-13-2009, 08:39 AM   #2
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From Cisco:

Q: How Does Validation Work for Linux Users?

A: Linux users must authenticate by logging in via a web page. There is no client which is downloaded to Linux systems. The network connection timer is set for Linux systems; however, there is no icon that can be right-clicked to logout and subsequently login again.

So you need to check with your company admin where the login webpage is Also a username and password will probably be required.
 
Old 01-14-2009, 02:30 AM   #3
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From Cisco:

Q: How Does Validation Work for Linux Users?

A: Linux users must authenticate by logging in via a web page. There is no client which is downloaded to Linux systems. The network connection timer is set for Linux systems; however, there is no icon that can be right-clicked to logout and subsequently login again.

So you need to check with your company admin where the login webpage is Also a username and password will probably be required.
Thanks alot .. I did ask them but they have no idea :/ no1 works wz Linux :S .. anyways thanks alot 4 ur help
 
  


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