A year ago I installed a wireless switch in the kitchen to switch on the kitchen spots. I chose the Easyclick system by PEHA [http://peha.de] which works without batteries and it performs very well. This Easyclick system uses the EnOcean [http://www.enocean.com]energy harvesting wireless technology.
[https://vleeuwen.net/2012/12/improve-wireless-security-on-the-877w/cisco-877w-front]I just discovered my three year old Cisco wireless router [https://vleeuwen.net/2009/05/new-isp-new-router] was configured to do WPA encryption instead of the more secure WPA2 version, which is the standard nowadays. WPA uses TKIP (Temporal Key Integrity Protocol) while WPA2
This is how I configured my iPhone to connect to Eduroam 802.1x at SARA. Download and install the Apple iPhone Configuration Utility. You can find this utility on the Apple support pages. Download the following certificates SURFnet-PCA-Root-CA [http://ca.surfnet.nl:4470/SURFnet-PCA-Root-CA.der] and SARA-KA (check the Active