[Wolves] Debian Wheezy wlan problems

Andy Wootton andy.wootton at gmail.com
Mon Feb 20 16:10:06 UTC 2012

Are you sure you are connected rather than using an IP address cached
locally from last time you were on a hard connection?
On Feb 20, 2012 3:50 PM, "Claire" <lug at sitesearcher.co.uk> wrote:

> On 20/02/12 13:17, Simon Burke wrote:
>> Sorry I don't post often, but I'm having one of those days today.
>> I'm running Debian Wheeze on my Lenovo SL300 laptop, with 3.2.0 kernel.
>> I generally don't use the wireless on here except when I'm out and
>> about, so that's not often. Hence I've only noticed the issue this
>> morning. For some reason when I connect to a wireless network (any
>> wlan), I get and ip address from DHCP fine, routing table also looks
>> fine. However I am unable to contact anything on the network.
>> The laptop can ping itself on the DHCP address but that is it.
>> Any suggestions as to what the heck is going on? or what I am missing?
>> Thanks,
>> Simon.
> It sounds like it may be to do with the encryption(wpa_supplicant), if you
> connect to an unecrypted network is it still the same?
> Claire
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