Network connection Problem

Alex Katebi alex.katebi at
Sun Jan 25 16:12:19 UTC 2009

Why don't you go to your routers web admin interface and look at your
wireless keys. Mine is read the manual for your router.
If you don't have the manual you can usually google for it.

On Sat, Jan 24, 2009 at 8:22 AM, Robert Adlington <
adlington.robert at> wrote:

> I am getting stressed having problems connecting to the internet on my PC.
> I installed Ubuntu 2 days ago and the program works very well, but it will
> not connect to my home wireless network. The network is displayed as one of
> the networks in local range, I have tried to connect without success several
> times. I did try to edit the connection settings but I am not sure what
> details should be entered to connect. I have a Belkin router and the network
> is works okay on Windows with the same PC.
> I receive a message after the connection times out stating that
> "Authentication required by wireless network", it also shows "Wireless
> Security as WPA & WPA2 Personal" and then the password. This won't connect
> and I am wondering how I can connect? Is there anyway that I can go to
> Windows and get the correct details from there?
> Can anyone help me please?
> Many thanks.
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