Re: Wireless WPA-PSK
Corrections, I meant to write...
I had a similar problem with my wireless network and a Xda Cosmos PDA. The
WPA key was 63 characters long and I kept getting a unable to connect and a
time out error on the PDA. When I changed the WPA key to only 16 characters
it connected right away without and problems and I haven't had any problems
Hope this helps.
"William C. Comer" <firstname.lastname@example.org> schrieb im Newsbeitrag news:...
>I had a similar problem with my wireless network and a Xda Cosmos PDA. The
>WPA key was 63 characters long and I kept getting a unable to connect and a
>time out error on the PDA. When I changed the WPA key to only 16
>characters it connected right away without and I have had any problems
>since. Hope this helps.
> "Sam_Cooper" <Sam_Cooper.email@example.com> schrieb im
> Newsbeitrag news:Sam_Cooper.firstname.lastname@example.org...
>> Jack \(MVP-Networking\).;1118024 Wrote:
>>> Does it works if you temp. disable the the Wireless security in the
>>> Does the Wireless configuration in the device manager and the Network
>>> connection look OK?
>>> Does it obtains a valid IP, or tried with static IP?
>>> 'Wireless Does Not Work' (http://www.ezlan.net/wireless.html)
>>> Jack (MS, MVP-Networking)
>> Yes, disabling the Wireless security it works properly and so it does
>> enabling WEP security: it fails (timeout error) only in WPA and WPA2
>> Wireless configuration is ok (trust me) both in device and in the
>> network configuration.
>> I tried both using the DHCP and the static IP mode (setting it also in
>> the router), but all the results I obtained were unsuccessful: no IP and
>> timeout error while waiting for the unicast key.
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