Can anyone confirm this?
I have several laptops using the Cisco 350 PCMCIA or mini-PCI adapter.
The ACU is the latest version 6.4 from the Cisco website.
I have profiles pre-configured, with the SSID, the encryption key, etc. So if the AP is available, the ACU supplicant should just find it.
With "64-bit" WEP, the ACU finds the access point even if its SSID is disabled.
With "128-bit" WEP, it doesn't find it.
If I use the Windows XP (SP2) supplicant instead of the Cisco ACU, that finds the AP OK but it doesn't appear to support the 128-bit mode; I cannot find the config for the key length anywhere.
I know that 128-bit WEP is barely more secure than 64-bit WEP but it's an interesting problem.
This is the same setup on which I never got WPA/PSK working, with XP or even with the Funk Odyssey client.
The AP is a Draytek 2900.
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