[lug] iwlagn (intel) wireless card with WPA under Ubuntu?
dsahern at gmail.com
Sat Apr 4 11:04:35 MDT 2009
I'm using F10's Network Manager, so it handles the details.
With older releases, Fedora 8, 9, I used manually controlled wrappers
around wpa_supplicant -- one version for the home wireless, and a
different version for the wireless at work. The work version was using
setting that were not available in older wpa_supplicant versions as well
as older features in openssl. I don't recall the exact details of that
problem (it was 2-1/2 years ago).
Here are the config files I was using; in all cases personal information
was replaced with '...'.
For work it was:
> I guess the question is how you establish a WPA connection. I have the
> binary key but all connection attempts fail, so I think I'm missing
> David Ahern wrote:
>> Intel Corporation PRO/Wireless 5300 AGN [Shiloh] Network Connection
>> I'm running Fedora 10 on a Dell E6500 and using Network Manager. It has
>> no problems connecting with and jumping between WPA-based access points.
>> bgiles wrote:
>>> Does anyone else have an intel wireless card (iwlagn driver) working
>>> with WPA? I'm currently using Ubuntu. I don't think the network card
>>> itself is a problem since I can establish a connection to an unknown
>>> neighbor's open hub.
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