problem with WPA2 wireless key
I cannot for the life of me get my Ubuntu desktop computer to connect to my AT&T 2Wire gateway, using WPA2 encryption.
If WPA2 is set as the encryption mode on the gateway, and I use the same mode for logging on with Ubuntu, it doesn't connect.
When I set WEP on the gateway, and log on with Ubuntu, it works fine.
My wireless card is 802.11g, so I know IT supports WPA2.
any ideas what might be wrong??
Last edited by hot dog; March 13th, 2009 at 09:40 AM.
Re: problem with WPA2 wireless key
Can you run this command in a terminal and upload lspci.txt and/or lsusb.txt files:
If your wireless ethernet controller is a PCI card (or integrated):
$ lspci -vvnn > lspci.txt
If your wireless "card" is a usb stick:
$ lsusb > lsusb.txt
Also, can other computers connect properly using a Live CD?