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802.11 n WIFI connecting issue

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The funny thing is I had to disable wifi-n mode of my router because of the iPad being unable to keep a stable connection (where my Liquid MT does not have any problem : mixed mode b/g/n...)

Hi CedricGatay,I found that it's not about wifi n, just because the wifi used secured with 802.1x EAP2/EAP-MSCHAP-v2.

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I have reported this issue to Acer customer service, and got reply today.

The translated the content as below:

PEAP-MSCHAPv2 authentication usually need to certification. Please rename the copy of certification (usually locate in sdcard ) to *.crt (original ext name maybe is *.cer).

I have tried, but even cannot find any *.cer or *.crt file.

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The funny thing is I had to disable wifi-n mode of my router because of the iPad being unable to keep a stable connection (where my Liquid MT does not have any problem : mixed mode b/g/n...)

try to update your router's firmware.maybe it can help

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Great ! I have found a way to fix this connection issue:

1) Download Wifi Advanced Configuration App and its free.

2) Add a new wifi-network as per your employer instructions. Now, you will see two "XXX" SSID one showing as "secure with WEP" and other as "not in range"

3) Open the App and uncheck the WPA_EAP setting in Key Management for the wi-fi network you created.

4) Your wireless should have already connected now.

If you know Chinese, you can refer to below page for the detail step:

http://www.anzhuo.me/anzhuojiaocheng/2011/0227/131.html

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