The default wireless encryption used by bttn is WPA/WPA2.
To connect your bttn to a WEP encrypted Wi-Fi, do the following:
1. Convert natural language password into hex (skip this step if your password is already in hexadecimal):
- Convert natural language password into hexadecimal notation (use e.g. http://www.asciitohex.com).
- If there are spaces between the hex numbers, remove them and then copy the whole hex password to clipboard.
- E.g. password "abcdefghijklm" would be "6162636465666768696a6b6c6d"
2. Start the bttn's Wi-Fi access point (by holding it pressed when inserting power, until blue LEDs turn on)
3. Use your phone or PC to join the Wi-Fi network named "bttnconf"
4. Use browser to go to address 192.168.0.1 (notice: no /bttn at the end!)
5. You should see a form titled "SPWF01 First Config"
6. Fill in the form as follows:
- Insert miniAP PassKey: anonymous
- Insert the SSID: your network SSID, currently spaces or special characters may not work
- Insert the PSK: your network password (in hex, see step 1)
- Insert Static IP Address: [leave this blank]
- Insert Static NetMask: [leave this blank]
- Insert Static GW Address: [leave this blank]
- Insert Static DNS Address: [leave this blank]
- Turn on/off DNS/DHCP: ON
- Choose Auth Type: Open System (or Shared key depending on your Wi-Fi settings)
- Choose Auth: Wep
- Choose Mode: Station
Click "GO!" and then "Ok" when an alert box shows.
7. Then wait a few seconds until red LED ring appears on your bttn.
8. Power cycle bttn (remove and re-insert batteries or micro-USB power adapter).
Your bttn should now connect to your WEP encrypted network. You can also check from your router settings, if you see a new device in your network.