From: Gerhard H. <Gerhard.Hinterndorfer@pe...> - 2013-08-20 20:26:41
Hi all out there interested in using Ad Hoc Mode with WEP encryption,
it is a long time ago but I think, that the problem you addressed is still
tried to activate Ad Hoc Mode with WEP encryption with a similar script you
posted on the 2nd of Aug 2011:
on 2.6.34 Kernel WEP encryption is running. The key needs to be entered on a
Same script on overo ironstorm COMs @tobi board bought end of April this
year (2013) running the kernel 2.6.39
[IMAGE: sakomon (Linux 2.6.39) ; Mon Aug 15 19:04:09 PDT 2011; X-Loader
1.5.0(16.9.2011); U-Boot 2010.12(Sep 16 2011 – 13:51:55); Firmware Version
Libertas Treiber: 9.70.7p0 (00:19:88:17:00:f0)) ] an open Adhoc WLAN is
shown at WinXp.
I also do have the same results entering "iwconfig" as David: on 2.6.34:
long version incl. "Security Mode: restricted" and short version on 2.6.39
only displayed the "encryption key" entered.
David also posted to the libertas dev list:
No response there at all.
Did nobody need at least a basic encryption in Ad Hoc mode in the meantime?
Happy for each remark, or idea for a workaround using an encrypted wlan
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