I understand how to check what security protocol my wireless network connection is currently using by going to the Wireless Network Connection window like in the following example
but how does one check what wireless security protocol one's wireless network is currently using from command prompt?
The reason I ask is because my Ubuntu laptop's network connection is currently set to WPA & WPA2 Personal but when ever it connects it auto switches to WEP which is a major concern. So I need to make sure if it's an OS issue with Ubuntu or if it's a router issue.
The only way to do that is to find out beyond a shadow of a doubt which security is protocol Windows XP is using currently. While my Windows XP Wireless Network Connection window tells me I am connected via WPA, I need to see the command line result to be certain. I don't trust the GUI.