I am sure of what I say.
I use the ipw2200 driver, and as I load the modules for encrypted networks at
the boot time, I think it should be supported.
Any other ID?
On Wed, 20 Apr 2005 05:12:42 +0000, Niall Walsh wrote
> Rafael Muñoz Moreno-Davila wrote:
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> >I have troubles making my wireless connection work in crypted networks.
> >I works just perfectly in open non-crypted networks, so it's not the
> >drivers or something like that.
> Are you sure?
>> The acx1NN chipset drivers work perfectly ... as long as you don't
> want wep which has yet to be implemented in the driver so don't
> write that off as a source of concern!
>> Do you perchance have one of these cards?
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