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Old 05-19-2007, 02:10 PM   #1
BigFoot13
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Must disable and re-enable WEP on router to connect


Hi Guys. I am having a really annoying problem connecting to our WEP secured wireless router. Whenever I resume my computer from standby, I have to go downstairs to the router and disable and re-enable the encryption (128-bit WEP for now). Otherwise, I just can't connect at all. I am using the Wireless Assistant that came with Kubuntu. Does anyone know a solution?

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