It did use the Aegis Protocol I found the post that I just mentioned above and started walking through the suggestions outlined. I called tech support and they said wpc54g v2 does not support AES. The Wired Interface field had eth0 in it. However it did not recognize the drivers. I just experienced the same problem.
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You must go into device manager devmgmt. All the old link cannot work anymore Or can you post the Zyxel again? I hope I’m not the only one that wpcc54g this forum board somewhat confusing. Keep posted from the website for any updates with regards to the device. The time now is This should get your device working.
The Linksys client did not only supported WEP. I thought lijksys was weird that the Wireless Interface field was blank, but I didn’t know what to put here and moved on to research some more. Wireless still does not work with my WLAN card. My desktop has bit installed and this laptop has bit installed.
Install the Odyssey client and setup a session on it with the SSID and encryption and that should give you what you want.
Linksys WPC54G V2 Okay, so, this might end up being the dumbest question on this forum, but I’m brand new to Ubuntu straight off of being a Windows die-hard since ’95and here’s where I’m stuck: The ETA for the beta for v2 is unknown, though I am now set up to receive the beta when it becomes available I have SP2 and all other updates on my PC Thanks for the info Is the labeling of the disk really the issue?
They suggested installing the ndiswrapper packages and then the drivers. Thanks for the drivers!
Linksys WPC54G v2 – WikiDevi
Unfortunately, the level 2 tech could not answer why the data sheet for version 2 of the adapter had incorrect information, and said he would forward that problem so that the data sheet and presumably all other printed materials regarding versions 2 and 4 would be updated to reflect the fact that AES is not supported, as is currently claimed. I can’t get it to work I’ve tried that latest driver posted and I can’t seem to get it to work.
At the time I wasn’t even using the Linksys application. March 30th, 7. July 14th, 9. Results 1 to 9 of 9. I have Ubuntu 9. You can also manually edit the TNET I open device manager and navigate to the wpx54g adapter.
Linksys WPC54G v1.2
I linkzys if there is driver I can download to fix this and was told no. I installed by right clicking on the inf file and clicking install.
I called tech support and they said wpc54g v2 does not support AES. The confirmation is unfortunate, but not unexpected from Linksys.
Linksys WPC54G v2
They are linksys drivers. There is no driver yet for the version 2 wireless-g adapter that supports AES as on the moment.
Here’s what happens for me, and this happened before and after I tried the ndiswrapper instructions that I linked above: