Aironet 340 PCMCIA card talking to a Linksys WAP11
I am tring to get my 340 card to talk to my Linksys WAP11 at home. It works fine with WEP turned off, but when I configure 40 or 128 bit WEP the system fails to pull a IP address. Has anybody configured this card to work with the WAP11 using WEP? If so, what were the settings on both devices to get it to work?
Re: Aironet 340 PCMCIA card talking to a Linksys WAP11
All you should need to do is create a new profile on the cisco ACU, and enter the new 40 (64) bit key. On the Linksys select 64 bit in the pull down window, and enter the same key. Be sure you know if the software wants Alpha or Hex entrys for the keys. I think the Linksys is in HEX (0-9 a-f).
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