Re: NetworkManager support for "restricted" or "shared" keys

Dan Williams wrote:

> If your access point accepts Open System connections, but doesn't
>actually pass their traffic (if no 802.1x authentication is being used,
>that is), then the access point is being stupid and needs a firmware
>upgrade or a replacement.  What model access point is causing the
It's one of those bog standard blue Netgear access points, WG302.  One
thing that might have confused the system is that the ESSID has been
used before but in open config (I think).  Our office in the US has the
same name as the one in the UK with the same key.  Will NetworkManager
have an issue with this?  Maybe if I delete the network from
NetworkManager it will work.  How do I do that anyway?


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