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By limjuco07, Junior Member on 7th February 2014, 06:48 AM
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Hello guys

My university uses a WEP protected network and I noticed that with the stock 4.xx roms, I can access the network. When on custom CM roms however, only Werewolf kernel (tested v7, v8 and v800b) works with my university's network. Other kernels (stock CM, OPrime/Play, Iodak) cannot connect. Is there a way to add the WEP functionality to these kernels since Werewolf appears to have the ability to do so?
 
 
8th February 2014, 03:33 AM |#2  
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I believe WEP isn't officially supported anymore due to security issues. I'm not aware of any solution unfortunately, so there are three things you can do now:
1. Use the kernel that worked.
2. Downgrade
3. Point out to your school that they need to update their Wi-Fi network.

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I believe WEP isn't officially supported anymore due to security issues. I'm not aware of any solution unfortunately, so there are three things you can do now:
1. Use the kernel that worked.
2. Downgrade
3. Point out to your school that they need to update their Wi-Fi network.

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Ok then.. if that's the case I guess ill be sticking with Werewolf kernel. Thanks
9th February 2014, 10:49 PM |#5  
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You think that this problem have something to do with kernel?
I am using latest iodak kernel and zaiben rom,
Today I also noticed that my phone dont want to connect to wep network.
Maybe iodak have a solution...

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Post logcat and dmesg after trying to connect to WEP network.

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10th February 2014, 07:46 PM |#7  
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I asked this same question like 5 times in 5 different threads, only werewolf kernel can connect to wep OPEN and none other kernel. But with WEP shared all kernels can connect, and yes it's a KERNEL issue.

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10th February 2014, 08:58 PM |#8  
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Right now I am not near wep networks. Will provide when I will be again

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No problem connecting to WEP with stock rom and kernel.
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