My school has a network with the following requirements a device has to satisfy:
• Security Type: WPA-Enterprise
• Encryption Type: TKIP
• Authentication Method: PEAP
Sadly, I have no clue what this all is about. However, trying to connect with my BB, other than my username and password, the BB asks me for a:
-Inner link security (this should be EAP-MSCHAPv2)
Since I only know my username and password, I have failed to connect. Somehow, my gut feeling is that all this should be pretty standard, I can't imagine my school has some extraordinary encryption skills, I don't work for NASA after all.
However, a T-Mobile agent just told me on the phone that "BB 8320 doesn't support connectivity with WPA-Enterprise networks, but only for small home networks
Is this true?
I really don't know what to do at this point. I did a search and saw another thread with a similar problem, but being a total newbie I can't figure out what is the right thing to do. Unfortunately, people in my schools IT dept are clueless too, hidden behind the claim that they don't provide individual support for all handheld devices...
Any help, please?