[Pkg-utopia-maintainers] Bug#525330: Bug#525330: network-manager: WPA to WPA2, must remove the stored keys for the ssid
jaimealbertosilva at gmail.com
Mon Mar 21 13:30:37 UTC 2011
I'm no longer using GNOME, I'm using KDE for over a year now. But I
guess I still can do a test from here, is the same NetworkManager.
Currently I'm using Debian wheezy.
I'm due to update my router to the last version of OpenWRT so I'll
take this as an oportunity to kill two birds with the same stone.
However I'm very busy right now so it will take a few days before I
can run the test.
Hope you can wait before closing this bug.
Jaime Alberto Silva Colorado
SG Automatización Ltda.
Pereira \ Risaralda \ Colombia
On Mon, Mar 14, 2011 at 9:10 AM, Michael Biebl <biebl at debian.org> wrote:
> tags 525330 moreinfo
> Am 23.04.2009 20:56, schrieb Jaime Alberto Silva:
>> Package: network-manager
>> Version: 0.6.6-3
>> Severity: important
>> Recently I upgraded my WRT54G router to X-Wrt and enabled WPA2 keeping
>> the same SSID it has before the upgrade.
>> network-manager (NM) was not able to connect, and in the passphrase
>> dialog WPA was listed but no WPA2. After a lot of tries and NM
>> restarts I decided to change the router to WPA+WPA2(PSK) mode and NM
>> worked, but in WPA mode.
>> Then I changed it back to WPA2 and NM wasn't able to connect and the
>> passphrase dialog was not longer shown, so I decided to stop NM then
>> erase all the stored passwords for my SSID using Seahorse
>> (Applications->Accessories->Passwords and Encription Keys in Gnome).
>> When I restarted NM and tried to connect the passphrase dialog now had
>> the WPA2 option selected by default, I entered the passphrase and it
>> is working now.
> Hi Jaime,
> is this problem still reproducible with an up-to-date squeeze or sid system?
> In that case I'd be interested in the output of
> NetworkManager --no-daemon --log-level=debug
> You need to run that command as root and stop the running NetworkManager via
> /etc/init.d/network-manager stop.
> Why is it that all of the instruments seeking intelligent life in the
> universe are pointed away from Earth?
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