You dont know where to put the WPA2 password in the router ??
dont get you there.. you already have it ? Right ?
For my WPA2 I go as follows with wpa_supplicant.conf file;
So passkey for the WPA2 to be typed in where mentioned above.
ssid="your essid here"
psk="your passkey here"
Save file, then run ;
You can include the other commands for drivers and the -B option to
wpa_supplicant -i ath0 -c /etc/wpa_supplicant.conf
get right back into the prompt, but not necessary for me.
You do then have to open a new console to get the dhcp working ;
The -d just for seeing your mac & ip address
If no luck, show what the wpa_supplicant conf file is.