Posted: Wed 31 Jan 2007, 18:25 Post_subject:
WPA_PSK wireless security Sub_title: Is WPA_PSK wireless security possible
the network wizard for wireless connections ist a goog thing. It work fine with my Intel 3945ABG card ! The only thing which is not up to date ist the security option. I think the wizard may be a GUI for iwconfig which only provides WEP-encrytion.
Has any one find it out how to to use the more current encryption of WPA-PSK (TKIP) ? Will there be an easy possibility to install wpa_supplicant from a package. Or will there be a GUI for this implemented in the network wizard ?
I have installed Puppy 2.14 (SeaMonkey) today, and the Network Wizard allows WPA security. In fact, this post is being sent through my WPA-enabled ADSL Gateway. Haven't worked out how to get DHCP to work with a wireless connection (seems fine with ethernet). Where am I going wrong?