Whenever I attempt to ping Google though I get the following error message.([email protected] ~)# ping -c 3 www.google.com ping: unknown host www.google.com3. Earlier I used to do the following to connect (successfully) on command line: iwconfig eth2 essid NASA dhclient eth2 Now that WPA2 encryption is enabled, I tried this, but failed: iwconfig I promptly attempted to throw my laptop against the nearest wall, but was stopped by my wallet. what kind of encryption are you using on your router? http://invictanetworks.net/error-for/error-for-wireless-request-set-encode-8b2a-wpa2.html
Darkmage4th July 2006, 04:07 PMI get a lovely "Association request to the driver failed" error. ioctl[SIOCSIWAP]: No such device ioctl[SIOCGIFFLAGS]: No such device [FAILED] When you open Network Settings, is you wireless nic detected by Network Configuration. What I did was to create a folder in my home directory called bcmwl and copy the *.inf and *.sys file to bcmwl then /usr/sbin/ndiswrapper -i
When I scan, my SSID comes up, I double click on it and input the values, and I get nothing 3. Yes. Not the answer you're looking for?
Then Last message: Association request to the driver failed. Maybe we could get a poll or even a petition up to show Broadcom there is wishes for true linux drivers for all their chipsets in the market and not just If by any reason you think this question is still viable or useful in anyways or that there is still a good chance it will be answered please flag it to Error For Wireless Request Set Encode (8b1a) This wireless device doesn't need ndiswrapper so i'll let you know how it goes LBrown28th March 2006, 01:51 PMmodify to match...did it but no change note, ive enabled ssid broadcasting again
Does your router have any special features enabled e.g turbo, frame burst then disable those features and try again. Error For Wireless Request Set Encode (8b2a) Set Failed On Device Wlan0 Invalid Argument One is named just ndiswrapper and the other is ndiswrapper-buginfo. If you're not too crazy about the commandline method using a gui network manager like wicd manager will make this process much more seamless.Any secure wifi network won't be using WEP look at this site For ndiswrapper it usually means either the Windows driver doesn't work at all under ndiswrapper or it functions only moderately.
It works !!! :D :D First of all I have to say that I'm pretty new to Linux, so I'm sorry if my post missing something. Set Failed On Device Wlan0 Operation Not Supported What does Peter Dinklage eat on camera in Game of Thrones? If it is something different from wlan0, more modification is required. I typed "dmesg | grep ndiswrapper" with no errors, and a "service wpa_supplicant restart" also gives me no errors...
All this begs the question: so how do you connect to a WPA-TKIP/WPA2-AES enabled wlan? i recieved a similar/same problem before i did it. Error For Wireless Request Set Encode Wpa2 Quote: I did checked /var/log/messages and /var/log/syslog and apparently, they don't exist on my system. Iwconfig Wpa2 eth1 2 key sizes : 40, 104bits 4 keys available : : off : off : off : off Current Transmit Key:  Authentication capabilities : WPA WPA2 CIPHER TKIP CIPHER
In the first case, I get -->'Error for wireless request "Set Encode" (8B2A) : SET failed on device wlan0 ; invalid argument.'<-- In the second case I get: -->'Error for wireless http://invictanetworks.net/error-for/error-for-wireless-request-set-encode-8b06.html Hangdog42 View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Visit Hangdog42's homepage! Member Posts: 482 Oxford, England Re: Set Encode « Reply #1 on: November 17, 2015, 03:29:45 AM » Found a nice explanation on stackexchange:QuoteI'm surprised no one has bothered to mention I had cut the firmware before doing any of this. Error For Wireless Request Set Encode 8b2a Ubuntu
First screenshot, I am not connected to any access point, second screenshot I am connected to my access point but I am not assigned an ip address, third screenshot I bring Edit: If it helps, I'm using the bcm43xx drivers instead of ndiswrapper. I am assuming you are using ndiswrapper then why check if there is any error message from dmesg |grep ndiswrapper Also restart wpa_supplicant and see if you get any errror message useful reference These Aren't Roasted!
Could clouds on aircraft wings produce lightning? Iwconfig Wlan0 Key Is it a fallacy, and if so which, to believe we are special because our existence on Earth seems improbable? Try this, open a terminal and a root /sbin/service wpa_supplicant restart Darkmage27th March 2006, 04:55 PMTried to follow directions.
When prompted type in the user root password and hightlight your username and click on Properties. Have you tried this How to ipw2200 (http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showthread.php?t=56694) Mavtech3rd April 2006, 08:50 PMHave you tried this How to ipw2200 (http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showthread.php?t=56694) Yes, I have followed similar directions. Falied to read read or parse configuration'/etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf' during startup it displays the above when starting wpa_supplicant. Set Failed On Device Wlan0 ; Device Or Resource Busy. i followed the instructions to the letter, except three things 1.
http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...d.php?t=445696 Gentoo again http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...d.php?t=502961 Slackware while using ndiswrapper http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...d.php?t=426606 Debian with an Atheros card (BUT HE SOLVED IT... Previously I had to reinstall the OS and grab wireless_tools from the package files (from the Guide).5. I put in my WPA key and the Status says associating. this page orb11th July 2006, 01:04 AMKey matches.
eth0 no wireless extensions. Wireless is a breeze for me with the Atheros chipset. It says 'Could not get status from wpa_supplicant' Began with the trouble shouting, came to where I start wpa_supplicant with full debugging in the foreground, that looks like this: (as shown I've installed the NDISwrapper packages from Livna.
At the moment, an incomplete set of firmware is my leading suspect. Anyway, thanks again.