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Granted CAT5 doesn't have have security to access (like wifi tkip / aes key), but it is physically secure, which is at the same level of security as the physical machines themselves. or is anything worth protecting worth using CAT5 on?
I've got a usb flash drive that I can use to transfer from this current computer to the ubuntu computer ... that's what I've been using to install things such as b43-fwcutter. are you connecting to the router wirelessly with the machine your posting from? this may sound real dumb but you got the simple stuff out of the way right (correct passphrase, tkip or AES)? if all the simple stuff is out of the way >
not able to see tkip or aes on network manager on fedora 13I am running Fedora 13 and using
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