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    Default Is this a valid WEP key

    Is this key a valid WEP KEY?

    03:64:10:86:01

    I can't connect to a local wifi lan. The guy who gave me the key, told me has no issues what-so-ever connecting

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: Is this a valid WEP key

    Remove the colons, and that is your wep key.

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    Default Re: Is this a valid WEP key

    Quote Originally Posted by kukubau View Post
    Is this key a valid WEP KEY?

    03:64:10:86:01

    I can't connect to a local wifi lan. The guy who gave me the key, told me has no issues what-so-ever connecting

    Thanks.
    Yep, that should be a valid key. Have you tried inputting the key without the colons? ---> : <---

    Such as: 0364108601

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    Default Re: Is this a valid WEP key

    Looks valid to me. He's probably using WEP with Open Authentication.
    Here's an example of how to connect to it if DHCP is not working quite right.

    Code:
    ifconfig (wireless interface) up
    iwconfig (wireless interface) essid (network name) key 03:64:10:86:01
    ifconfig (wireless interface) (unused IP address)
    route add default gw (router IP) (wireless interface)
    echo nameserver (router IP) > /etc/resolv.conf
    If you can't ping Google after that, try doing command #2 twice in a row before moving on to set your IP. My card does that sometimes /shrug. Also keep in mind that you need to know the router's IP.

    Common IP's include:
    192.168.0.1
    192.168.1.1
    192.168.1.254
    192.168.2.1

    Hope that helps

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