I am using a Dell d631 with a Broadcom BCM4328 802.11 a/b/g/n.
Before I upgraded to suse 11.0, I used suse 10.3 - under suse 10.3 the wireless card worked fine. Which means that when I used the NetworkManager in opensuse 10.3, I was able to choose the wireless security (I use WPA Personal) and choose the security type (I use TKIP).
However when I try use the NetworkManager in opensuse 11.0, the NetworkManager will only allow me to choose the wireless security - and not the security type (where I would choose TKIP).
When using NetworkManager in opensuse 11.0, how do you configure the wireless card to use “TKIP” - when using WPA Personal?
when setting up, click on expert settings & another menu will appear. take a look & make your choice
Thanks, however that did not work. When I selected “Expert” there was not an option of selecting TKIP.
Is it normal that I do not an option for TKIP?
strange, maybe the driver you installed doesn’t support TKIP. This is what i see under “expert”
Wow! I do not see that at all
Are you using Gnome or KDE? I am using Gnome - would that make a difference either way?
ahh! a gnome user, unfortunately i have not installed gnome yet ( slightly behind in my own project atm ), so i wouldn’t know,only have KDE. Sorry
Anyone else have any ideas?