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Posted on 2008-10-23
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I cannot connect a Macbook Air or Wireless enables Mac Power Book to Corporate network
Despite being able to connect iptod touch's to our corporate network and just about any pc thats every entered the building I cannot connect the Macbook or Powerbook.
The network has WEP security and I have the 26 character password But try as I might I cannot get things to work???
The response is that 'connection failed' - nothing more illuminating

Can anyone help?
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What routers or access points are you using (brand)?
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I beleive its Cisco
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Try putting an $ sign in front of the WEP Key
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