Â¬â If you are a mobile Linux user one of the first things you need to do is to connect that mobile device to a wireless access point.By default, the standard Wi-Fi tools for the Linux desktops are straight-forward and reliable.
Now let's take a look at setting up a wireless connection from the command line.
Believe it or not, this isn't as challenging as it might seem.
Once Wifi Radar is installed you can find it in Applications Internet.
When you start up Wifi Radar it will auto scan for any wireless networks and will display the available access points for you (see Figure 1).
What options you can safely tinker with are in the General tab. You will notice that Wi Fi Radar does not have a system tray icon.
In this tab (see Figure 2) you can set Wifi Radar to auto-detect your wireless device (which is not set by default) and you can also set the Speak option. Don't worry - when you close the application you will not be disconnected from your network.To connect to a network just select the network and click Connect and you will be prompted for a password (if the access point is set up to require one).You can also dig deep within the preferences of Wi Fi Radar. Much of the configurations are commands that are set up to work with the wireless networking system and many of these commands are fairly complex.Configure a CA is configured Radius server Windows 2008r2, but the authorization certificate does not pass (on the client certificate is installed in the trusted root certificate and obtain the client.) With the same settings authentication certificate no problem going through the points d-link dwl 3600ap.When trying to connect to the server logs radius nothing.A possible script might look like this: and you're ready to go.