on 21-10-2012 00:57
My wife has just bought herself a Sony Xperia Miro phone.
When we try to get a WiFi connection it finds the superhub no problem, tells us the signal strength is excellent and that it is secured with WPA/WPA2 PSK
enter the password and try to connect and it comes back saying "Authentication problem"
It connects no problem in the local cafe which offers free wifi and also uses WPA/WPA2 security.
I have an Ipad and laptops running Windows and Linux connecting with no problem so I'm sure I've got the password correct.
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on 22-10-2012 21:46
The default password key on the superhub should be AES not TKIP, i would login to the superhub and double check its set to AES, if so it maybe the phone is detecting it wrong for some strange reason.
The only thing i can think to do is to change it to TKIP from AES and then to rejoin all the other devices if it works.
on 23-10-2012 17:11
I have the Sony Xperia Miro, and connection to the Super Hub works .... eventually
There is a known problem sometimes connecting the Super Hub with Android phones, but appears the fault is with the Super Hub itself. Currently awaiting a fix.
on 31-10-2012 12:09
on 02-11-2012 18:51