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The OpenBSD documentation says that my card has 40 and 104 bit encryption. This is not true, my card has 64 and 128 bit encryption. I know my card does have some functionality because I happened upon my neighbor's (unencrypted) network.
When I try to configure the card, it will not let me input a 26 digit hex key. Am I suppose to use "wicontrol" or some other command? Or is the encryption feature just not supported by the drivers that come with OpenBSD?
Is there a way I can do a scan and see a list of available networks?