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Ubuntu 12.04 suddenly cannot connect to WPA2/WPA Personal protected connection. Windows 7 can

I have a laptop with Windows 7 and Ubuntu 12.04. I have a Cisco E1200 and when I set it up, it created 2 SSIDs. Let's name them: MyConnection (WPA/WPA2 personal), and MyConnection-Guest (no ...
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Local access only to router when encryption enabled

I have a Wireless Huawei HG520b Router and a Toshiba Satellite laptop. They can connect fine via ethernet, and the router has a connection to the internet no problem. But if I try to connect the ...
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Can I tell DD-WRT to allow certain devices to connect without encryption?

I've got a Linksys router running DD-WRT and a crazy long passcode. My Canon printer used to be connected over Wi-Fi before adding the WPA. Does anyone know an easier way to connect this thing ...
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Password requirements for Wi-Fi WPA2

Wikipedia says: Also referred to as WPA-PSK (pre-shared key) mode, this is designed for home and small office networks and doesn't require an authentication server.[9] Each wireless network device ...
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Retrieve wpa_supplicant configuration generated by NetworkManager

I'm trying to debug a NetworkManager-powered wireless connection. It works when I feed wpa_supplicant with a custom wpa_supplicant.conf file written by me, but when I configure NetworkManager with the ...
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No Field for Pre Shared Key in Group Policy

I am attempting to configure group polocy (Windows 2008 R2) to issues a WPA Pre shared Key on client login. Through Group Policy I can setup WPA and select PSK (Along with TKIP) But there's not ...
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Difference between WPA-CCMP and WPA2-CCMP?

What are the differences between WPA-CCMP and WPA2-CCMP? I know CCMP isn't mandatory on WPA capable devices. I know the standard is about WPA2. But what are the technical differences between ...
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Decrypting WPA with wireshark

Hi I want to decrypt my WPA packets which i gathered by sniffing with airodump-ng. The problem is that even after I have the 4-way handshake packets (they are correct) i don't know how to extract the ...
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OpenVPN causes WLAN/WiFi to disconnect in Linux?

If I configure my Wireless network on start up (wpa_supplicant & dhclient), the connection is fine until I launch OpenVPN. At which point the wireless interface disassociates (not until the ...
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Multi-function printer losing wireless connectivity

My Richo MP C2550 multi-function printer is losing wireless connectivity. It is hooked up wirelessly to my home router for printing from two Mac computers at home. About half the time we can't ...
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Connecting to a WPA network in Linux with a USB dongle

I'm trying to connect my computer to a wireless network in Linux Mint. I used the Windows Wireless Driver program to load the Windows XP drivers for my USB dongle, a Cisco / Linksys AE1200. After that ...
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USB WiFi adapter keeps dropping connection?

I have a headless Fedora Linux box that I'm trying to get an Alfa AWUS036H USB wireless adapter to work with. I'm trying to connect to my own wireless network (an Actiontec router supplied by my ISP). ...
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Sign-In to Network protocol

When I connect to a hotel network that does not require a WPA key, on my PC, the first browser access will be trapped and directed to the login page. This is understandable, and I can guess the ...
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Windows 8.1 - Enable WPA/TKIP

I need to join a WPA/TKIP authenticated network but Microsoft in their wisdom removed the ability to do this through the "Manually connect to a wireless network" GUI. I've been attempting to write ...
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Sometimes I can only connect to WiFi using TKIP (not AES) encryption

I have a Dell XPS L502X. I connect to a BT Home Hub 4. The laptop's WiFi adapter is an Intel Centrino Wireless N-1000 Some of the time, I am able to connect using AES encryption (WPA2). Although ...