I have an OpenBSD 5.1 i386 installed. I have no GUI/X. I googled for the answer but I can't find authentic one. How can I connect to a WPA2 PSK/AES wifi network using only the terminal? (so I don't have a "network manager" to simply select the given SSID, then enter passphare :D)
UPDATE: wifi card: Atheros AR5424, I can see it as "ath0"
DHCP NWID SSID wpakey SSIDPWD
doesn't worked in /etc/hostname.ath0 (then the sh /etc/netstart ath0)
ifconfig ath0 nwid SSID wpa wpapsk $(wpa-psk SSID SSIDPWD)
ksh: wpa-psk not found ifconfig: wpapsk: bad value
The router is an OpenWrt 10.03.1 box:
cat /etc/config/wireless config 'wifi-iface' option 'device' 'radio0' option 'network' 'lan' option 'mode' 'ap' option 'ssid' 'SSID' option 'encryption' 'psk2+ccmp' option 'key' 'SSIDPWD' option 'isolate' '1' option 'maxassoc' '1'
I didn't seen anything in the logs associated to the openbsd eee pc 701 :D
UPDATE#5: I tested the SSID with the SSIDPWD, and it worked on a Scientific Linux 6.3 notebook.
ifconfig ath0 nwid SSID wpakey SSIDPWD
I tried this one too, it didn't gived back any error messages, but I still can't see anything on the openwrt router, that it tries to connect, I can only see change in "ifconfig ath0" - I can see the "ieee8011" line is filled up.
UPDATE#7: whoops :) I maybe have an idea what is the problem. :D I only have the motherboard of the eee pc 701 and the wifi card in it.. :D with NO ANTENNAS :D - so I will try to find an antenna :)