Andrew Trembley (bovil) wrote,
Andrew Trembley
bovil

Hooray!

Well, K's new laptop from work has a wireless network card that isn't an ancient piece of crap (the old one had an Aironet card so old and crappy that Cisco hasn't even used them internally in years).

We switched the wireless authentication and encryption over from WEP to WPA2-PSK (good, and easier to configure) with AES (much better encryption).

Everything is working like a champ.

Well, except for some reason both laptops choke when the wireless router is set to 802.11g-only mode. They'll only connect when it's running in mixed (b/g) mode. The wireless bridge doesn't have any problem in g-only mode. Very strange.
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