[access-uk] Re: Wireless networking

Andy,

Are you using WEP?

Try WPA and see if it allows it.

Also what is the make and model of your wireless card?

Does this card support the encryption methods your trying?

Can you connect to the network OK when it's unencrypted?

Dj Paddy
----- Original Message ----- From: "Andy Collins" <andy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, March 05, 2008 7:06 PM
Subject: [access-uk] Wireless networking


Hi all -

I've managed to install and hardwire my new router, and establish the
wireless configuration.

I then went to my laptop, and clicked on 'connect to.' I saw the network
name that I had created, and was asked to enter the pass or security key.
Each time I enter the passphrase, it tells me it's wrong, and asks me to try again, using either 5-13 or 10-26 characters, using numbers 1-9, and letters
a-f!

As my passphrase has letters beyond f, I can't do what it asks.

Anybody shed any light as to why my passphrase isn't being accepted? I tried the pass key that the 64 bit passphrase created during set-up, but this also
is rejected!

Thanks -

Andy



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