I am using a Cisco Aironet 350 PCMCIA card on my IBM Thinkpad T21 running Mandrake Linux 8.2. The card works fine at my workplace with LEAP, and it also works fine at home as long as I disable wep. I have a Linksys BEFW11S4 at home as my access point, so I cannot use LEAP at home.
When I enable wep on both the Linksys and Aironet, using the same wep key on both, I can associate but cannot get a DHCP address from the Linksys.
I did cat /proc/driver/aironet/eth1/WepKey, and I saw the following:
[root@speckles eth1]# cat WepKey
Key 0 set with length = 13
Key 1 set with length = 13
Key 4 set with length = 13
Tx key = 0
I think my problem is that I want to have Tx key = 4 set, since Key 4 is my home key and I don't want to change keys 0 and 1 which were already set by my workplace sysadmin.
I have tried doing echo "Tx key = 4" >> WepKey and echo 4 >> WepKey, but neither changed the Tx key setting.
Does anyone know how I can change the "Tx key =" setting?
Re: How do you set the Tx key= in WepKey on Linux?
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