Network management and monitoring application ?
art.alexion at verizon.net
Thu Aug 14 13:23:09 UTC 2008
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On Wednesday 13 August 2008 5:24:47 pm Andrew Jarrett wrote:
> On Wednesday 13 August 2008 16:55:28 Bruno Costacurta wrote:
> > I tried knetworkmanager but it seems it cannot manage wireless
> > connections.
> Yes it can. I use knetworkmanager to manage both my wired and wireless
> connections, but I don't use WPA security. However, your problems may run
> deeper than just getting WPA to work (have you gotten your wireless card to
> connect to your router at all?). I'm sure that knetworkmanager can handle
> WPA - maybe someone else on the list has it working and can help you.
The only thing I have used knetworkmanager for has been to manage wireless
connections. If you are not seeing wireless management tools you may be
missing a dependency. 'sudo aptitude purge knetworkmanager' and then sudo
aptitude install knetworkmanager', should restore that dependency (if that is
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