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Wireless network help
« on: May 04, 2013, 07:34:10 AM »

Over here in Kuwait, we connect to the internet through wireless.  We buy wireless cards each month with usernames and passwords but can only connect one thing at a time to the network with that username and password.  I am getting tired of disconnecting one thing and having to wait about 30 mintues till I can connect something else.  I have a windows based pc, iPad and iPhone.  I am wondering if there is a way I can set up a network wirelessly in my room.  I have a wireless router as well as an Aiport Express.  Can anyone help me configure this shit.  I have been looking around the internet a lot, and everything I find tells me I have to have my laptop recieving internet through a ethernet cable to free up my wireless card.  Is this true?  Any help would be greatly appreciated.  Hope everyone is doing well, except for Tampaxwing who I see dropped by.  That kid is still a fucking loser.  He couldn't even kill himself right.  FUCKING DOUCHE!!!!!!!!
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Re: Wireless network help
« Reply #1 on: May 04, 2013, 08:20:55 PM »

It sounds like a form of NAC (Network Access Control). When you say...

We buy wireless cards each month with usernames and passwords but can only connect one thing at a time to the network with that username and password.

Does this imply when you try to visit any webpage you are prompted for a username and password or in order to connect to the military network (circumventing military network protocol, that's just exciting stuff right there! lol) or there is an application installed that requires a username and password?

If it's an application that's installed then you could essentially created an "ad-hoc" network using the same wireless card on the windows laptop and the other devices could connect to it.

Link for tutorial on this concept: http://lifehacker.com/5369381/turn-your-windows-7-pc-into-a-wireless-hotspot

However if the username and password is provided when you access a webpage you may be SOL in that NAC (network access control) registers per MAC (Media Access Control) address. Each adapter has a MAC address (Laptop, Ipad, Iphone, e.t.c) if it has a means of connecting to a network either physical or wireless means.

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Re: Wireless network help
« Reply #2 on: May 04, 2013, 10:00:58 PM »

That didn't work for some reason. When I log into the internet, there is a sign in there, but then I can go anywhere after once I am logged in.  I don't know if that makes it easier.  Thanks again. 
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Re: Wireless network help
« Reply #3 on: May 05, 2013, 09:35:57 AM »

That didn't work for some reason. When I log into the internet, there is a sign in there, but then I can go anywhere after once I am logged in.  I don't know if that makes it easier.  Thanks again. 

That tells me that it is using a form of network access control that registers per MAC address. From what I am seeing from here you might have only one other option, cloning or spoofing the MAC address that the NAC registered the username and password with.

See link for windows utility: http://www.klcconsulting.net/change_mac_w2k.htm

Essentially the concept is that if you register the iphone or ipad first then find it's MAC address, use this same MAC address using the utility on your Laptop, then the NAC (network access control) system will see that the MAC address already has provided the credentials and allow access.

Hopefully this works.
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Re: Wireless network help
« Reply #4 on: May 05, 2013, 09:56:58 AM »

That tells me that it is using a form of network access control that registers per MAC address. From what I am seeing from here you might have only one other option, cloning or spoofing the MAC address that the NAC registered the username and password with.

See link for windows utility: http://www.klcconsulting.net/change_mac_w2k.htm

Essentially the concept is that if you register the iphone or ipad first then find it's MAC address, use this same MAC address using the utility on your Laptop, then the NAC (network access control) system will see that the MAC address already has provided the credentials and allow access.

Hopefully this works.
ok I will try this tomorrow. Thank you for your help. It is much appreciated!
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