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Unable to apply any authentication for the Wireless

Unauthenticated wireless connections work alright. At the 192.168.1.1 > "wireless" > "authentication" admin page, the "apply" button won't have any effect when I chose WEP, WPA or WPA2. (If I change to the "basic" tab and back to the "authentication" tab, I see the changes didn't stick: Authentication Type [disabled]) Tried all sorts of restarts. Tried to disable wireless before setting authentication. Tried firmware update. Tried filling all WEP keys, tried ASCII and HEX, tried 64 and 128 modes. Tried all settings.

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There should'nt be a problem setting WEP security or an other unless there is a firmware problem, as you simply select security, then the method e.g. WEP, select hex, then open system amd type manually your values for a chosen key number from 1 to 4.

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