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Old 08-06-2009, 06:06 PM   #1
peteyperson
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Encryption key listed & marked as security mode:open


Hi,

My wireless connection is now listing an access point, but lists the entire key and "security modepen" when running iwconfig in Terminal. WPA-PSK security is on.

Didn't used to be setup this way. Not sure of the implications.

Previously just said "Encryption key: on"

Belkin router. OpenSuse 11.

Thanks,
Petey
 
  


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