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Old 10th June 2012, 06:28 PM
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No device (wireless router) at mac address.

Platform: F17 x64
Dell Studio XPS
Dell Wireless 1505 draft 802.11n WLAN mini-card
Router: Livebox (Sagem)


No problem to set my wireless LAN up under Windows7 x64.
I only have to input the SSID, the security mode and the WEP key.

Unfortunately Fedora' s network configuration tool system-config-network
does not find any device at the router' s mac address I have input (when I
click "probe"), although this router is connected to the ethernet port and
handles the internet connection which works fine.

What' s wrong ?

Your insights would be most appreciated. Thanks.

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