Wireless network configuration
englert.james at gmail.com
Fri Jan 12 06:30:17 UTC 2007
Thanks for the reply. I'll try wpa out. I'm not really concerned with
security per se. I just don't want people accessing the network and
downloading a bunch of crap.
On 1/12/07, Jeffrey F. Bloss <jbloss at tampabay.rr.com> wrote:
> James Englert wrote:
> > I am attempting to setup a wireless network connection on my PC. I
> > have successfully set up my network adapter using ndiswrapper and can
> > connect and use the wireless network when it has no key set. Its a
> > bad idea not to have a key on the network so I set one. The problem
> > is I am completely unable to get my computer to connect to the
> > wireless connection when the key is set. I have tried numerous
> Assuming you already know WEP is horridly insecure, and your router(?)
> supports WPA, this howto should help...
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