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No Connection to 128WEP Encrypted AP with MC9090 but with MC9060

Hello,

I want to connect the MC9090 to our 128Bit WEP Encrypted AccessPoints. When I connect our old model MC9060 there are no problems but the 9090 will not connect with same key and key index I used with the 9060. I can see the WLAN, but a connection is not possible.
I don't know what is the difference between both connection methods and what the AccessPoint maybe need or not like.
Any help or suggestions are very welocme

Thanks and regards...
Michael

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