Stuck at validating identity

Let your router do pppoe and routing, it's really designed for that. It seems that currently, your computer is trying to create a pppoe session (which involves logging in, validating identity etc). Change the wireless settings to create a new wireless ssid that you have not used before.

Since the session is currently running (and now, a question – by modem or by the Vista machine? Wireless Network Connection (this is the one trying to validate identity) 1392 Connection (net Adapter) – Connected Thats on the XP machine that has just been reformatted. Open a command prompt and type ipconfig /all Copy and paste the result here. Next enable the security type and settings that you are going to use.

I moved the selection tab to WPA2 only and keep the rest the same and no luck.

I had an unsecure network connection so I changed the security settings of my tp-link router from WEP to WAP-TKIP. after that, i changed my network settings to the same WAP-TPIK option. It just says "validating identity" and does not ask for a passkey at all. thanks You want to make sure you are using the same version of WPA on each side.

That Access-Challenge should authenticate my client if I am not wrong, but it still shows me validating identity and the attempting to authenticate...

Hi, It seems that the type of security set on your router is AES with certificate. there's a reset button on the back of it...need to unplug the AC from it..press the tiny button and while pressed plug the AC back in and hold the button for 30 secs.

On installation, my sons (Vista) machine connected instantly and is running like the clappers. Sly Even if this was working before (on two machines simultaneously?

However, my XP machine has ben sitting on.."Validating identity" for ages. possible but strange) it was weird, insecure (no NAT firewalling) and unnecessarily complicated. Yeah I think we need to figure out what's happening really :) Your computer should not do anything to connect – there should not be a "validating identity" screen, no logging in to a network, or anything like that.

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It turns out that I was using a specified DNS server when I set up a static IP address for port forwarding for my u Torrent connection.

According to my friend, this prevented me from connecting to the net despite having a wi-fi connection. My problem was not actually answered by the TP-LINK technical support staff.

When I try to connect using the windows zero configuration utility it gets stuck validating identity.

It says something about windows not finding a certificate.

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