I have the cisco aironet 350 and it works fine as long as i'm not at home....at home our network has a password and all I can get it to do is display a message .....the wep you entered contains invalid digits for the specified size! I can connect elsewhere but not here at home where I need to connect. Yes I put the correct network key in the space provided and have also changed the key index number... I tried 1 thru 4 and none of them work. It says associating with network but never connects just gives me that message...any suggestions?
I think after.. several hour of searching, I have figured it out...seems that the cisco aironet card has to have very specific digits as follows...0 to 9 ...a to f or A to F The keys can be any combination of these digits.... and very specific ..10 or 26 (10 hexadecimal digits for 40-bit WEP keys or 26 hexadecimal digits for 128-bit WEP keys) as to the number of digits allowed. As of this post I have not tried it yet (my network admin is still sleeping) but I am fairly confident it will work when I change the router to a key combination that is accepted by the Cisco card.