[WEP] can't connect to my network
dcbw at redhat.com
Mon Mar 9 16:16:50 EDT 2009
On Mon, 2009-03-09 at 20:14 +0100, Atton Jonathan wrote:
> I m sorry, I found the solution while I was writting this message.
> I have un-installed network-manager, reboot the computer and now it
> works. I found no process named network* ou nm* so I don't understand
> but I suppose it was somewhere :)
If you are using NetworkManager, then it's expected that you'd let
NetworkManager control the interface and not use the command-line to do
so. Using the command-line and NetworkManager at the same time will
make each step on the others toes. NetworkManager does have the
facility to ignore specific devices you tell it to ignore, but that
mechanism is distro-dependent.
> 2009/3/9 Atton Jonathan <jonathan.atton at gmail.com>
> Hello ,
> I try to connect my laptop to my router DLink. I use the
> driver wext with the wireless card Intel 3945ABG.
> My wpa_supplicant.conf file is:
> I run wpa_supplicant with (as root)
> wpa_supplicant -Dwext -iwlan0
> -P/var/run/wpa_supplicant -B
> then I run wpa_cli and I run these commandes:
> RECONFIGURE (no fail)
> then STATUS return wpa_state=SCANNING
> and I have :
> trying to associate with 02:....... (SSID='Watchwolf23'
> Associated with 02:.....
> CTRL-EVENT-CONNECTED - Connection to 02:.... completed
> (reauth) [id=0 id_str=]
> CTRL-EVENT-DISCONNECTED - Disconnect event - remove keys
> it seems wpa_supplicant connect my interface to the network
> but then disconnect ...
> dhclient fails :/
> I tried with some alternate configuration:
> no auth_alg
> ap_scan=0 (seems to be conencted but dhclien fails)
> ap_scan=2 (trying to associate, then timeout)
> wep_key0="11111111" (trying to assocate, then timeout)
> my configurationo on the router is simple: WEP, key:
> 1111111111, open and shared key.
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