On 12/15/2009 03:32 PM, Simon Schneebeli wrote: > > I've actually checked that. It's properly set and always was. The > problem must be elsewhere. Astonishingly I have the same problem when I > start from the live CD, and on the other hand I didn't have this problem > when connecting to the wireless at my brothers, nor on Starbucks today. > That's why my guess is that it must be somewhere between my computer and > the wireless modem. I just didn't had time to play around with the modem > configuration. That's the next step in my plan. I just need to get some > sleep from time to time ;-) > > Simon > This sounds more like a problem in your wireless settings. What type of wireless security are you using on your wireless modem? It sounds like your brother has an open system. Starbucks would also have an open system. It may require something more after you can access the Internet, but connecting to the wireless access point does not require your system to have a wireless key before hand. One other thing that can bite you when using WEP is if your system will not give an IP address until you establish an encrypted connection. I have not seen the option in Network Manager for the iwconfig key restricted parameter. (Though you can add it.) Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
Description: OpenPGP digital signature