[Pkg-utopia-maintainers] Bug#655972: Bug#655972: Creating a new wireless network with WPA results in an unsecured network instead
josh at joshtriplett.org
Sun Jan 15 20:34:47 UTC 2012
On Sun, Jan 15, 2012 at 08:53:06PM +0100, Michael Biebl wrote:
> On 15.01.2012 14:49, Josh Triplett wrote:
> > I followed the following steps:
> > - Connect to a wired network.
> > - Click the network-manager-gnome icon, and select "Create New Wireless
> > Network..."
> > - Type a network name.
> > - Select "WPA & WPA2 Personal".
> > - Click "Show password".
> > - Paste in a secure password (from pwgen -s 12).
> > - Click "Create".
> > - Observe that NetworkManager's icon for the network includes the lock
> > icon indicating a secure network.
> > - Attempt to connect to the network from my N900.
> > - Observe that network icon shows lack of security.
> > - Observe that I can connect to the network and access the Internet
> > through the network without providing the previously-specified
> > password.
> > Note that creating a network using WEP results in a WEP-"secured"
> > network, rather than an unsecured network. This issue only seems to
> > happen when attempting to create a WPA network.
> Please attach the output of iwlist scan (from the local computer
Attached as iwlist-scan-leaf. I tried to create a network
> and the
> one you are trying to establish the connection),
Attached as iwlist-scan-n900.
> the output of nm-tool
Attached as nm-tool-leaf
> and a debug log from NetworkManager 
I'll try to supply this later today.
- Josh Triplett
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