Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 443288
nm-applet fails to reconnect when it drops out of range and is rought back in
Last modified: 2009-01-09 01:24:07 EST
Description of problem:
i have a problem that when my laptop goes out of range it loses the signal and
disconnects.(obviously) However when i move back into range nm-applet doesn't
reconnect and it keeps asking for me to input the WEP key despite the fact that
it is already stored in gnome-keyring-manager. When i restart nm-applet asks for
the keyring and it cnnects just fine. My card is an intel 4935agn card.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. connect to a network on a laptop
2. Walk out of range
3.then walk back in and try and connect
doesn't connect. icon never flashes the access point light. Keeps asking for WEP
Simple reconnects to the network with out a flinch
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