How to edit WiFi connection details?

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    Junior Member ptr727's Avatar
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    How to edit WiFi connection details?

    Hi, new user, just powered on.

    I'm not able to get the phone to connect to our WPA2 Enterprise wireless network.

    On the iPhone I just enter username and password, all options are automatically set, done.
    On the BlackBerry I manually select LEAP, enter username and password, done.

    On the N1, I need to fill out an entire page of options.
    If the they do not work, then my only options are connect or forget.

    How do I edit the connection details?

    Regards
    P.

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    Hello... I am a new user also (got mine today). After the phone discovered my WPA2 wireless network, I only had to enter my password and everything worked OK. Maybe a reset and start over? Wish I had more answers, but..... still in the learning stage.

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    WPA2 Personal works, it is the WPA2 Enterprise / 802.x / EAP that I'm having problems with.

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    I have a similar problem...

    Can connect to personal wifi's no problem, but unable to connect to my university campus email as I need to put in username and password.

    I am unable to find where to put this in?

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    Once you turn on your wi-fi on one of the homepage screens (should be located on the top far left icon next to "bluetooth icon") wifi should detect any connections available. Click the desired wifi hotspot and then just enter the necessary password or WEP to log in. So simple so I don't understand why people are having such a problem. I've tried many wifi hotspots and same results. No problem logging on. Sometimes you have to open your web browser too like iPhone does to log in.

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    Thank you for the replies, but...
    Please note that the problem is not with open networks or WPA2 personal networks.
    This is a problem with WPA2 enterprise / 802.x / xEAP networks.

    The H1 detects the network as "Secured with 802.x EAP", but does not ask for credentials, you have to manually enter a page full of options.

    When the connection then fails, the only options are to try and connect again, or to forget the configuration, and to start again.
    That after I entered a page full of details with lots of typing.

    So my questions are still:
    1. How do I edit wifi options instead of forgetting and re-entering them?
    2. How do I get the H1 to connect to our 802.x network?

    Regards
    P.

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