tor 2012-02-09 klockan 18:00 +0100 skrev Helmut Jarausch:
> it's the first time I have to set up a wireless network on a notebook.
> How can I find out whether the connection is encrypted or not.
> wpa_gui tells me
> Authentication WPA2-PSK
> Encryption TKIP
> iwconfig wlan0
> Encryption key
> and on the server (hot spot) I have configure WPA2 personal, encryption
> TKIP and an (ascii) password.
> Many thanks for your help,
I have installed wpa_supplicant and changed the "country" entry
in /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf and also added a few lines at
the end of the file:
Then I created a symbolic link to "/etc/init.d/net.lo" called
"/etc/init.d/net.wlan0" and that was it I think ... also set
"rc_hotplug" to "net.wlan0 !net.*" in "/etc/rc.conf".
That should be all to get wireless networking going if the kernel module
for your network card is loaded and you have the firmware for it in
Using kernel 3.1.5 at the moment and the carl9170 driver.
BR / Per-Erik