Wireless security problems...
After I finally figured out how to get into our belkin router to set up a password, I had found that there were some other computers that were connected to our network.
Anyway, I tried to set up the password, keyword, etc, but only got it to work once, and when I did get it to work, the internet seemed like it wouldn't connect. It would just keep loading loading loading loading...
I've read somewhere that when you use a password/key the internet runs slower than if you don't use it...So could that be part of the problem, also?
Router: Belkin F5D7230
Adapters: Belkin F5D7050
Here's the password specifications of the router...
1) WPA-PSK + WPA2-PSK with TKIP + AES
2) WPA2-PSK with AES
3) WPA-PSK with TKIP
I've tried all of these, and none worked...
Truefully, I haven't tried this one yet...
This one was the one that did work, but didn't seem like it would connect to the internet.
This is what Zenwalk has for connnecting to a wireless router with passwords/phrases/etc...
WPA 1/2 (Enter password key)
WEP Hex (Enter password key)
WEP Passphrase (Enter password key)
LEAP with WEP (Enter username: enter password key)
TTLS with WEP (Username: Password: Authentication)
EAP-FAST (Username: Password: Path to PAC file [I don't think I need this one])
PEAP with GTC (Identity: Password)
PEAP with TKIP (Identity: Password: Path to CA Cert [I don't think I need this one either])