WEP, keychain, internet problem - 10.5.1

Discussion in 'macOS' started by lloydhooson, Nov 26, 2007.

  1. lloydhooson macrumors member

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    Hi there, I have a mac book running 10.5.1 and since I updated from 10.4 my internet WEP key at home will not stay connected as soon as I turn off my MB or go to sleep it forgets the key and will not connect, so every time I wake it up I have to go through the internet assistance then it works, this is using a i 64 bit encryption, However the one at work (I believe is a 128 bit encryption) works fine, they are both net gear based routers.

    Any help please? I don't want to change the internet encryption at home as there are many many computers on windows so that will break about a million times if you change the password in XP. :(

    Thankyou. :apple:
     
  2. omari623 macrumors newbie

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    I'm having the same issues just updated two Powerbook g4's in my office from 10.4 to Leopard and both will not reconnect to the airport extreme base when restarted. I have to keep on entering the wep key to get online. It just wont store the password on my computers running Leopard. Any Ideas?
     
  3. lloydhooson thread starter macrumors member

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    omari623, if you change the encryption to 128 bit, "it just works" to quote apple.

    So having to change the stinking windblow boxes as well - gutted.

    Cheers for the help.

    :apple:
     
  4. lord patton macrumors 65816

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    Is your router broadcasting your SSID? I had the same problem on the wife's MacBook until we set the router to broadcast.
     
  5. gvegastiger macrumors regular

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    I'm having the same problem with mine. I'm broadcasting my SSID and using 64 bit. I switched from 128 bc I was tired of putting in the longer password.
     
  6. omari623 macrumors newbie

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    I followed these directions below from another thread and all is well now.

    ("Remove the AppleAirPort2.kext file from your Extensions folder, located here: Macintosh HD:System:Library:Extensions")
     
  7. Techguy172 macrumors 68000

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    Good luck with sorting that out. I had similar problems with mine except it lost the ip address So i had to set it up all over again.
     

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