I have a LinkSys wireless router connected to ADSL modem and single computer.
each device (notebook or mobile) wants to connect to my wireless router to share Internet will be asked for "WPA Shared Key", after entring this key it will stored in the device and always will be able to connect.
What I need is to prompt each and every device wants to connect to my WLAN to enter a user name and password insted of "WPA Shared Key" at first time it wants to connect.
if I decided to prevent someone to connect my network I will make his user name and password unusable.
Is that possible ?
Depending on the type of Linksys access point you are using you would need to set up a radius server (such as Windows IAS or FreeRadius) to handle the authentication.....clients wuld then be authinicating
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