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Topic # 9588 28-Sep-2006 19:16
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Hi,
I have a new K-Jam and have a couple of questions but I'm not sure that I'm in the right place.  If not please redirect me.  Anyway, my questions are:

1. I wish to use Push E-Mail from Exchange 2003 in SBS2003 Premium.  The first problem I have is installing a self signed certificate (isacert.cer).  Can anyone point me to a document or provide instructions on how to do this?

2. I want to enable WiFi.  I have a D-Link DSL-G604T.  I can connect if I have an open system.  However, I want to secure this and the K-Jam doesn't seem to want to accept the 63 character PSK I want to use.  Can anyone provide any advise on this matter?

Thanks in advance for your assistance.

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Reply # 47089 28-Sep-2006 19:29
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Welcome to Geekzone. On the certificate question, are you trying to install it on the device or the server? If you are trying to install on your k-jam, simply copy the file to your Pocket PC and using the File Explorer on your device find the file and tap on it. This will automatically ask if you want to install the certificate and if tap [YES], then it's all done.

I am not sure what kind of security the k-jam supports, in addition to WEP. I think WPA should work fine, but will have to check. Are you using the latest ROM for this device?









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  Reply # 47096 28-Sep-2006 20:01
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Thanks for the quick reply.  I have copied the certificate to the K-Jam but when I tap the file in File Explorer it says "Cannot access certificate".

The ROM version is 2.16.9.1 WWE, ROM Date 2/6/06.

WiFi supports WEP, WPA and WPA-PSK with TKIP Encryption.  I am trying to use WPA-PSK (which the D-Link also supports) but only TKIP Encryption.  I know that the D-Link also supported both AES and TKIP Encryption but the newer ADSL2/2+ models do not appear to give you a choice.  Has anybody else made these work together?

TIA

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 47103 28-Sep-2006 20:12
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Now you've got me (probably why I'm classed as a gekk wannabe!).  All I can tell you is that the certificate is self generated by ISA Server in SBS2003.  How do I find out what you have asked?

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Reply # 47105 28-Sep-2006 20:26
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Install it on a PC, open Internet Explorer, and check the certificate. It should have the Certification Path.

Also make sure the certificate was correctly exported as a .cer file (I know the name is).

I use a self-signed certificate, but in my case I am running Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition, so it may be different - not sure about this.







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  Reply # 47109 28-Sep-2006 20:48
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I have checked the certificate and it is valid.

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