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Description of problem:
In redhat-config-network if you want to set "Pwersï¿½nliches Kennwort"
for your T-Online account in the "T-Online Zugansdatenformular" you
actually can not set alphanumeric digits, only numeric ones are allowed.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1.try to put adksd
2.try to put adksd
3.try to put adksd
Actual Results: accepts only numeric digits
Expected Results: Should accept alphanumeric digits
I'm presuming that the stuff you put in quotes are not English? In
which case, could you please translate, so that it's a bit easier to
track down and reproduce the problem?
Also - what is a T-Online account?
you start "neat" then select new, then xDSL connection. Then forward.
In the middle of the next field you klick on the button T-Online
Account Setup. In the Personal Password field it doen't allow you to
specify alphanumeric digits, only numeric. Whereby "Deutsche Telekom
AG" allows you to change the numeric to alphanumeric Personal Password.
Hint T-Online is the largest ISP in Germany, T-Systems or T-Mobile as
you may know it are sister subdevisions.
Any doubt you can as than or harald, i already had them agree that
this is a bug.
Workaround so far would be change the password to only numeric on the
faster workaround is:
enter alpha digits in the t-online dialog... click "OK" and enter the
correct password in the remaining dialog.
Does not work for me. The "OK" button remains disabled
try to enter more dummy ciphers in the entries..
The "OK" button got enabled only after entering exactly 12 digits to
the "Anschlusskennung" field, 12 digits to the "Zugehoerige T-Online-
Nummer" field, exatly 4 digits to the "Mitbenutzungsnummer" field and
8 digits to the "Persoenlioches Kennwort" field.
In Germany, not all "T-Online-Nummer" consist of 12 digits. One of
our accounts has a 11 digit T-Online-Nummer. This account with this
11 digit number works under SL 9 and XP.
Then, I'll remove the length check...
Thanx. Silly question /I am a Bugzilla and RH newbee): How do I get
this new module? How do I install it in our Red Hat Professional Work
Station Test Suite? Or should i have asked this supporters and not
I'll post a link..
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