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Old 08-26-2006, 10:52 AM   #1
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Syntax of WEP key in wifi-radar


Hi all,
I have no problem connecting to my wireless using wlassistant, but I would like to connect with wifi-radar. In wlassistant the WEP key is designated as "shared" and the key is entered with syntax
12:34:56:ab:cd. wifi-radar doesn't use this syntax and I've tried every thing that I can.

I would love to switch two WPA-2 as my securty using wifi-radar ans wpasupplicant, but before I do I'd love to know the syntax.

TIA,

Jim A.
 
  


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