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I am using NDISDriver on a Dell Inspiron 8200, which uses the broadcom
chipset (Dell TrueMobile 1800). It's working great for access points
with no WEP key. However, whenever I try to connect to an AP which
requires a key, it is never able to establish a connection.
Question - are there any known issues with NdisWrapper and WEP keys?
P.S. when I pop in a Linksys PCMCIA card (supported natively in RH), I
can connect to this AP just fine.
Bryan Field-Elliot wrote:
> I am doing that, Aaron, thanks..
> What does the KEY field need to look like? We use hex keys, not a
> passphrase. I've tried:
> and lowercase,
In redhat-config-network, it says "use 0x for hex" -- did you make sure
you are doing that? I ask because that bit me hard... I even opened a
bugzilla and was downloading bleeding edge versions of
redhat-config-network from the redhat maintainer... and after like three
days he said "you did put 0x in the key, right?"