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    Re: Bad Password Asus-n13

    Hi, I do not see anything wrong with the results you just posted, I suspected that there may have been another driver loaded as well, but that is not the case.

    What kind of issue are you having with performance?
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    Re: Bad Password Asus-n13

    Change the wireless router to WPA2 (only). Others have had performance improvemnts by doing that... if you can. Remember if you do change that it will effect all users that hook up on the AP.

    *xxx: Infra, omitted, Freq 2462 MHz, Rate 11 Mb/s, Strength 100 WPA WPA2
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    Re: Bad Password Asus-n13

    With the Natty install the performance problem is that the device is slow, choppy, and subject to crashes. Pinging the router with 64 bytes will take 10 to 50ms, with excursions to 3000 ms every 30 sec or so. (Note that a Windows XP VM will take 0.5 to 5ms steadily with the same device.) When viewing my connection in real time (say using aircrack-ng) the connection will drop the device as it momentarily becomes unresponsive - probably corresponding to the same effect that causes the intermittent 2000ms to 3500ms ping times.

    In the Lucid VM and in another Lucid native install, the same effect (I presume) is pronounced enough to crash either WICD or network-manager - throwing a "Bad Password" exception - before the connection is made. (Note that this occurs when WICD/NM are not installed side-by-side.)

    Messing with the router is not an option. Ideally, the device should be willing to work with the various routers I encounter... all of my wireless PCIs are. Ultimately it's not the router or the device (it works in Windows). It seems to be either a glitch in the driver or some subtle failing in my implementation of it.

    Interesting puzzle.

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    Re: Bad Password Asus-n13

    Hi, the driver for your device is known to have issue connecting unless the encryption is set a certain way, here is a link it does not say that driver exactly but there are problems with all that brand of devices when using linux.

    http://www.ubuntugeek.com/how-to-tro...in-ubuntu.html
    Thank you

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    Re: Bad Password Asus-n13

    Thanks wildmanne39,

    Gave it a try...no private ioctals:

    root@bt:~# ifconfig wlan0 down
    root@bt:~# dhclient -r wlan0
    Internet Systems Consortium DHCP Client V3.1.3
    Copyright 2004-2009 Internet Systems Consortium.
    All rights reserved.
    For info, please visit https://www.isc.org/software/dhcp/

    wlan0: unknown hardware address type 802
    wlan0: unknown hardware address type 802
    Listening on LPF/wlan0/
    Sending on LPF/wlan0/
    Sending on Socket/fallback
    DHCPRELEASE on wlan0 to 192.168.57.1 port 67
    root@bt:~# ifconfig wlan0 up
    root@bt:~# iwconfig wlan0 essid "xxx"
    root@bt:~# iwpriv wlan0 set AuthMode=WPAPSK
    wlan0 no private ioctls.

    From what I have seen this usually occurs with a driver glitch. Gave the r8.. drivers a shot too. No go.

    Using the previous setup, the device does scan and will go into monitor mode. I am connecting. I had it in Natty only. Since then, I have it connecting in a Lucid 10.04 (Backtrack) machine. The Lucid machine performs a bit better than the Natty install. It's still sluggish, but the intermittent drops are improved.

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    Re: Bad Password Asus-n13

    Hi, your welcome! glad you got it working.

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    Re: Bad Password Asus-n13

    Just a final note:

    (in 10.4) Although the adapter sees and makes a connection using the rt2870sta driver, it will not hold a monitor (say wepcrack/aircrack). But using the rt2800usb & rt2x00usb it will support wepcrack, but will not connect.

    I simply need to switch according to my objective:

    switch to enable connection:

    root@bt:~/WepCrack# modprobe -r rt2800usb
    root@bt:~/WepCrack# modprobe -r rt2x00usb
    root@bt:~/WepCrack# modprobe rt2870sta

    enable crack

    root@bt:~# modprobe -r rt2870sta
    root@bt:~# modprobe rt2800usb
    root@bt:~# modprobe rt2x00usb

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    Re: Bad Password Asus-n13

    Hi, do you need help with this process?
    Thank you

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    Re: Bad Password Asus-n13

    No,

    Just posting the work-around.

    Thanks

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    Re: Bad Password Asus-n13

    Hi, your welcome! enjoy ubuntu.

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