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RUtilT connects to my WLAN, Puppynetwork wizard not.. SOLVED
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GrantsV

Joined: 16 May 2007
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PostPosted: Sat 24 Nov 2007, 17:30    Post subject:  RUtilT connects to my WLAN, Puppynetwork wizard not.. SOLVED  

The network wizard sees my hidden SSID with a scan, but when I enter ASCII WEP and run auto DHCP it fails to connect.

RUtilT works flawlessly, however every time I reboot, I have to run RUtilT and click on the profile to connect, or open terminal and type "rutilt --profile ***** --dhcp"

Can anyone advise me how I can get Puppy to connect to my wireless network automatically on bootup? Either with RUtilT, or with the standard "network wizard" with ASCII wep and DHCP?

Many thanks for your help.
Colin

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ALL I HAD TO DO WAS PUT "s:" BEFORE MY ASCII WEP WHEN GOING THROUGH THE NETWORK WIZARD. DONT NEED RUTILT ANYMORE.
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