Problem with WPA Security

  Demelza 18:50 18 Apr 06

I have 2 desktops an2 2 laptops The desktops are on a wired network to a Netgear DG8346 router The laptops connected wirelessly, 1 Centrino builtin wireless, the other using a Netgeat card WG511T. All worked faultlessly until I tried to enable WPA security Now only 1 laptop can access wirelessly If the second is switched on both lose connection to the wireless network. What have I done wrong?

  rsinbad 20:10 18 Apr 06

could it be the centrino built in wireless does not support WPA?

  Demelza 22:10 18 Apr 06

Dont' think so as it will work on its own but the network fall sapart when the other laptop is switched on

  ade.h 19:50 19 Apr 06

Intel adapters with the "Centrino" marketing name all support WPA. It became mandatory for ratification in November 2003.

Re the WG511T: What's the revision number of your example?

  Demelza 23:27 19 Apr 06

Don't know where to find revision number but I have upgraded from Netgear site as my card could not handle WPA in original form

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