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OS 10.4 - WPA Authentication failed: Security error: -9829


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Hi there,i have big problems with connecting to secure wifi..I put all certificates needed but when I tries to connect, airport said: WPA Authentication failed: Security error: -9829.Can somebody help?
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Hi there,i have big problems with connecting to secure wifi..I put all certificates needed but when I tries to connect, airport said: WPA Authentication failed: Security error: -9829.Can somebody help?
Sure. Tell us a little bit about your network, I'm afraid we haven't much to go on. What kind of router are your using? Is the firmware up to date?

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Thank for reply..it is school network.Everythink went fine until my old certificated was out of date and i install new one.From that moment i cannot connect.But i tried to clean key chain,also reinstall of Tiger!Still same.Nobody from administrator knows, coz nobody has MacOS.Firmware of airport you mean?I didnt find newer on apple pages..
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