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How to enter internet credentials using terminal?

After attaching the ethernet cable to my Mac I need to enter username and password to access the Internet: The problem is that I would like to perform a system recovery using cmd+R at startup. ...
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How do I choose a default 802.1x profile for ethernet? (eduroam)

The problem: I'm connected to eduroam on an iMac, but only via ethernet. After restart/sleep/lock it automatically switches my 802.1x profile to the Wifi instead of the Wired. I have to manually ...
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Wireless with 802.11r, 802.11k and 802.1x

I was recommended to seek for assistance here from the Networking/Stack Exchange site towards OS X queries, do hope someone has the answers. Have El Capitan on a testing iMac and deploying 802.11r/k ...
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OSX 802.1x/radius issues (yosemite/el captain)

I'm experiencing lots of headaches to get our 802.1x Wifi network back on working state on OSX machines. The issue appeared after Yosemite upgrade and continued with El Captain; the only workaround ...
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Is there a way to share the internet connection from mac to a iphone surpassing 802.1x protection without using vpn from the internet?

I want to share my internet connection(ethernet) to my iPhone, but the network is protected by 802.1x so that I cannot do so. I have already know that I can share the internet connection with my phone ...
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How can I share my Macbook's Network to iPhone, surpassing the 802.1X protection?

My school provides ethernet, which my Macbook can easily connect to. I want to share it with my iPhone, but it indicates that 802.1X protection has forbidden me to do so. Is there a way to surpass the ...
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Force netaccounts network device list to show up at loginwindow

Is there a flag within com.apple.loginwindow or somewhere else where I can force the network dropdown list above username and password to appear (even without WiFi being on or an ethernet device being ...
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802.1X Management on the command line

Is it possible to change 802.1X settings in OS X from the command line? I have a set of laptops I'm using as a testbed and need a way to remotely configure their networking settings when I install new ...
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Yosemite Server and Client profiles with 802.1x authentication configuration

I am managing a small team of MAC users in our work environment and am trying to incorporate them into our strict network environment. We are using 802.1x user based network authentication on all our ...
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Command line to disconnect or connect 802.1x authentication

I have been searching for a terminal command line to disconnect or connect 802.1x authentication, but not the network interface. I was searching some help pages and it showed command lines to export ...
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802.1X OSX Yosemite not Authenticating

Trying to connect to my schools wireless network, but the 802.1X Authentication wont finish. It also says that I have a self-designated IP.
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Mavericks 802.1X .mobileconfig & certificate authentication?

We are using 802.1X connection with "local" certificate at our dormitory. It has been working all well with Moutain Lion, but after upgrading to Mavericks, it just stopped working. The message is: ...
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Can't connect to 802.1x network on “rMBP 2014” using Windows 8.1 through bootcamp

I installed Windows 8.1 using Boot Camp on my new rMBP 13" 2014. In OS X I can connect to the network in my company but when I'm in Windows I can't. It gives me a popup after I entered my credentials ...
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Why doesn't my MacBook Pro Retina connect to 802.11n?

I've bought a 15" MacBook Pro Retina Late 2013 and so far everything works perfectly. Luckily I'm not experiencing the "Lose Wifi after sleep" issue. That said, I only rarely connect to high-...
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WLAN USB adapter and 802.1X

I've recently bought a WLAN USB adapter for my Mac: EDUP EP-N8508 with chipset Realtek RTL8188CUS. It works perfectly with WEP and WPA/WPA2 hotspots, but I can't make it work with 802.1X. That ...
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Which Apple devices support OKC (Opportunistic Key Caching aka PKC/Proactive Key Caching)

In enterprise wireless environments, access point roaming/hopping is very common. There exists a couple protocols/methods for making this seamless. That is, to make re-authentication when hopping to ...
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How can I generate a batch of profiles and certificates for OS X Server Profile Manager?

I'm using the Profile Manager on OS X Server (Mavericks). I ran a script that imported our ~20 users into Open Directory from CSV. I've configured Radius with EAP-TLS, and have set up 802.1x so that ...
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How to use 802.1X authentication with edimax ew-7811un usb wifi adapter?

Edimax ew-7811un, Mac OS X, Snow Leopard, 10.6.8. According to the manual, you can use 802.1X tunneled authentication with Windows (it is mentioned e.g. on page 23, http://www.edimax.us/download/...
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How do I remove the ethernet 802.1x settings in Mountain Lion

I made a stupid 802.1X settings file some time ago to test some things. Now I am unable to remove it, even though I think I have deleted the file. The picture below shows the 802.1X profile to the ...
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Wireless 802.11ac and New MacBook Air

Just bought the new MacBook Air, 13" and the new AirPort Extreme Base Station. I am curious as to how I get the max connection? Option + Click on my WiFi shows I am connected only using "n" and on the ...
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Mac OS X Mountain Lion cannot share internet connection because of 802.1X protection

My notebook is connected on Ethernet using 802.1X. When I try to share the internet via Wifi I get the error message Your Internet connection cannot be shared because its protected by 802.1X I dont ...
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Best mode for a router

I have this wireless router I use to connect my iPhone and iPad. This router has 4 settings: 802.11b/n Mixed just 802.11g 802.11b/g/n 802.11g/n Which one should I choose to have maximum speed on ...
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10.7 join 802.1x network via KDC instead of .cert?

So my 10.6.8 users have to sign in to our 802.1x network with their AD creds, using previously defined local profiles using PEAP. (I tried Login Window profiles, so that laptops would get online ...