WEP key in 2.0?
So I'm trying to use pfSense to make a wireless connection to an AP that is using WEP encryption.
The key is a phone number I.E. 1234567890. pfSense accepts the key but puts a "0x" in front of it leading me to believe it thinks that it is a 10 digit hex key, and then it never successfully connects.
However, I tried connecting it to a WPA2 encrypted AP and it connected immediately. Am I doing something wrong here?
facepalm Imagine that, spelling the AP's name wrong makes it not connect… :D
Why in the world would someone still use WEP? That is hacked in minutes at most…
Probably att, their default (like most of my neighbors) is wep and the use of numbers.