AR750 and Wow-fi Fastweb

Is there a guide explaining how to connect this router with fastweb wow-fi?
I have tried various settings but I have difficulty.
Thank you

adapt for your neeeds

/etc/config/wireless

config 'wifi-iface'
	option 'ssid' 'WOW FI - FASTWEB'
	option 'device' xxx'
	option 'mode' 'sta'
	option 'bssid' 'xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx'
	option 'network' 'wwan'
	option 'encryption' 'wpa2+ccmp'
	option 'eap_type' 'peap'
	option 'auth' 'MSCHAPV2'
	option 'identity' 'myIdentity'
	option 'password' 'myPwd'

/etc/config/network

config 'interface' 'wwan'
	option 'proto' 'dhcp'

/etc/config/firewall

config 'zone'
    ...
    option 'name' 'wan'
    option 'network' 'wan wan6 wwan'
    ...
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Cannot use the default web UI to set up?

@alzhao i’m on vanilla with no luci, but all you need for “fastweb wow-fi” is connect as client with wpa2+ccmp and peap+mschapv2 with username e password from provider… so it should be pretty easy…

lots of info if you google for “wow fi openwrt”, some reviews on amazon.it also have positive feedback about gl.inet products and fastweb wow fi.

this is the best i can do for @Bobo360, maybe someone can post some screenshot for him.

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Thank you very much, but are these commands to send?
If yes, how do you do it?

we talk about uninstalling “wpad-mini” to install “wpad”. But in my new fw 3.027 is it necessary?

Does this work?

https://docs.gl-inet.com/en/3/troubleshooting/eap/#3-wi-fi-security

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follow @alzhao suggestion first it should work.

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I try to make this attempt and let you know.

anyway, these commands are sent via Telnet?

you need to ssh to the router and use vi to edit files like /etc/config/wireless for example… but better do some reading first… basically you are using a linux system shell remotly.

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