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20 Oct 2004
I have just purchased a Sharp SL-6000L.

I for the life of me cannot get it to link to a non-WEP or WEP access point. I am positive my configuration is correct. Does anyone have any insight?

Also When I ssh into the unit, I see that the wireless interface is using wlan-ng drivers which only go active when the unit is trying to make a sireless connection. Otherwise it is unavailable. lsmod shows that the modules are loaded so I cant even manually configure it via iwconfig.

Any help is appreciated.

Babak
19 Oct 2004
Hello All,

I just purchased a brand new SL-6000 pda and to my great disappointment I have not been able to get the wireless working.

Once or twice it connected but managed to diconnect quickly after that. At home I run WEP and it pretty much laughs at me. It gives me a message to check my wep or ip address.

Can someone tell me what I could be doing wrong in getting the siplest of all functions to work?

I managed to connect my linux desktop to the unit via usbnet and SSHed into the unit and saw that they are using wlan-ng drivers. Can someone tell me how to manually start the wireless on the SL-6000.

ANY help is appreciated.

Thanks

Babak mad.gif
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