WEP Problem with Macintosh, computer not getting IP from DCHP
I have this problem under OS X, and 9.2.1
I have a Cisco Air 350 PC card ( PCM350 ) and we use Cisco Access Points at my school.
I can detect the network, but when I put in the WEP key and try to connect my computer self assighns an IP becasue its not gettting one from DCHP, like it should.
At home i have D-Link Wireless Router and it works great with my cisco card when WEP is NOT RUNNING. So I turned WEP on, put the key in my laptop and i get the same problem, computer assighns is own IP.
Tried once more at a freinds, same result.
At home this is not a "big" deal, but at school i cant just tell them to turn WEP off.
Any idea as to the problem would be appreciated, before i go out and buy a diff card.
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