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|Krosfyah ||05-05-2008 12:39 AM |
Wifi UMA on a browser secured network
Is there a way to connect to a wifi network and get UMA working when that network requires you to enter a username/password via a browser first? I seem to run accross this all the time ...including my "guest" wifi network at work. I live near a university and they also have a guest wifi network that requires browser based authentication.
I've searched the forums and can't find a similar question. Maybe I don't know the right keywords to search.
I can make a successful connection to the access point and get an IP address. But the UMA part fails with an "ISP error".
|John Clark ||05-05-2008 12:45 AM |
Yes. After it connects successfully, use the "Hotspot Login" button. There's even a bookmark in the Browser for "WiFi Hotspot Login."
|Krosfyah ||05-05-2008 06:42 PM |
Well, I can now connect to our AP successfully and everything is fine except the UMA part. Are you sure UMA will work with this type of Access Point?
I found a link that said "Web Redirection" is not compatible with UMA. Can anybody confirm if UMA will work against an access point that requres authentication via a web browser?
I can authenticate using the method in the above post but only UMA doesn't work. :-(
|John Clark ||05-05-2008 06:45 PM |
Yes, it does work on networks that require you to "accept" Terms of Service, even login with a password, etc. However, keep in mind that not all networks support UMA. There are lots of port settings, etc. that can block UMA functionality. TMobile/RIM don't claim that it works on every network.
|Krosfyah ||05-05-2008 08:56 PM |
well, crapola. I just walked over to a "web redirected" hotspot by the house and was able to get on with UMA just fine with your technique.
So the one place in the whole world I want it, at work, I can't get it. They just setup a guest wifi which works great for unsecured browsing ...but no UMA. :cry:
Thanks for your help.
|John Clark ||05-05-2008 10:03 PM |
Certain ports need to be opened for UMA. You might talk to the IT department and see if it's something they can do. Ports 500 and 4500, if I remember correctly, as well as IPSec need to be enabled. Look in Main Page - BlackBerryFAQ
under the wifi section for what is required. Take it to your IT department and see what they can do for you.
|BryanS ||08-26-2008 08:59 PM |
I've gotten the browser login screen on my 8320 where it will let me login to my college's wifi and I can successfully enter the info and authenticate. I am not able to get UMA service and when I run the wifi diagnostic I get a green check in the "UMA Wi-Fi Available" box but I get the red x in the "Connection" box. I'm getting an error code of W006.1 and a status of "ISP or T-Mobile Network error".
Would this have to do with the ports for UMA being blocked on the network or is there something that I can do to get this stuff working?
|shlomibiz ||10-01-2008 06:08 PM |
I have the same problem, I get error W006.1 and sometimes it's W006.2, I have updtaed te 911 address in my profile, opened the ports 500 and 4500, but I am not sure how to enable IPSEC, please help
|lacroixn ||10-05-2008 08:40 PM |
I had the same problem as you guys, 8120 but cannot get uma at work. I have tried everything. Most likely due to port settings that IT may not want to reset for the few individuals with wifi phones.
Solution, I created my own access point on the job. I purchased a portable dlink(pocket router) wireless router $40.00. I now can make free calls all day at work and free calls all day at home. On vacation I carry the router with me to create my wireless access point.That $40.00 dollars is well worth it. My job phone does not allow long distance calls, my 8120 can call all over the US free of charge.
|GMikeW ||10-25-2008 10:44 AM |
Login page doesn't work
This thread has helped me greatly, but I'm not there yet. I can get to my job's login site where I have to check a box saying I'm 18. On a laptop, that would enable an "enter" button which would allow access when clicked. For some reason, this doesn't happen. The button never goes from faint to bold. I have tried everything I can think of. Any suggestions?
|rachamphetamine ||10-25-2008 12:12 PM |
|GMikeW ||10-25-2008 04:13 PM |
Where is that?
|stufried ||10-29-2008 11:11 AM |
Have any of you looked at Devicescape which is free wifi client that stores the settings for many networks and you can add your own personal info online?
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