Re: WEP encryption does not work

On Fri, Feb 03, 2006 at 01:30:33PM -0800, Camuzat Sebastien wrote:
I have to disable WEP to be connected with my wlan.

Hi Seb,

If the above is true, then the problem is almost certainly
quite simple: you don't have a WEP key on your wireless
access point. If your access point needed WEP, then you
couldn't access it without that key.

Or do you mean that if you turn off WEP, you then connect to
a different, unencrypted access point?

Stephen R. Laniel
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