WiFi types

Karl Larsen k5di at zianet.com
Thu Nov 13 13:53:20 UTC 2008

Knapp wrote:
> On Thu, Nov 13, 2008 at 2:19 PM, Karl Larsen <k5di at zianet.com> wrote:
>> Diogo Böhm wrote:
>>> Well, if you get into network manager, it lists WEP, LEAP, personal WPA &
>>> WPA2 and enterprise WPA & WPA2. TKIP is basically talking, a 128 bits WEP,
>>> which Ubuntu supports.
>>> Are you sure you looked at the right place? I've seen this working since...
>>> 7.10? Although I only used 64-WEP, those other protocols might work aswell.
>>    Well I think maybe I have never found Network Manager. What I have
>> done is click on the two little computers and it says it can detect a
>> 802.1 Protected Wired Network and if I click on that I get a panel that
>> does not include WPA - Personal.
>>    Can someone explain How to get to Network Manager? I looked at all
>> the Network GUI things and even put it into a terminal but no joy :-)
>> Karl
> I might be wrong because I use KDE but did you try right clicking it?
> This is the key to a lot of stuff like that.
    I get a lot of information about the wired connection :-)

In fact I can turn off the wired connection. There is a panel that comes 
up if you click on "Edit Wireless Connections" but I do not now HAVE a 
Wireless connection.



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