According to this article:
the «popular Hermes-based Orinoco 802.11b cards» don't have driver support
for dynamic keys.
On the other hand, the "802.1X Port-Based Authentication HOWTO" says:
«Many drivers developed outside the kernel, however, support for dynamic
WEP; HostAP, madwifi, Orinoco, and atmel should work without problems.»
Who is right?
I have searched the Linux ORiNOCO Driver website and it's mailing lists and
I have not found a sinle reference to dynamic WEP. Am I blind or is this a
too esoteric feature for orinoco card users?
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