There have been similar questions that seem to offer a WiFi "bridge" solution but I have tried several of these bridge routers and none of them work to "bride" a University WiFi that requires a Username and Password to log in. The TP link "bridge" router claimed to do just that, but after an hour on the phone working through it we find that they can not connect through a "portal" either.
Is there anyway at all of make an always on WiFi "bridge" or "hot spot"?
I have tried Windows 10 "Hotspot" but it times out, and for some reason Android hotspot just does not seem to work at all on this network.
SSID: [MyUniversity]wireless Protocol: 802.11ac Security type: WPA2-Enterprise Type of sign-in info: Microsoft: Protected EAP (PEAP) Network band: 5 GHz Network channel: 161 IPv4 address: 172.28.88.100 IPv4 DNS servers: 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206 Primary DNS suffix: [MyUniversity]wireless.[something]-state.edu Manufacturer: Intel Corporation Description: Intel(R) Dual Band Wireless-AC 8260 Driver version: 220.127.116.11 Physical address (MAC): C2-32-73-69-0F-35