3 Jun 2008 twisti   » (Master)

Password storage of nwamd(1)

Because I didn't know my WIFI password from the top of my head, I entered the wrong one when nwamd(1) was asking for it. But it didn't ask again. So I wondered where the passwords are stored.

After some google'ing I found the correct command:

# dladm show-secobj

Then I could delete the stored password with:

# dladm delete-secobj nwam-twisti-xx.xx.xx.xx.xx.xx

It seems dladm(1) is just a frontend for text files. The passwords are actually stored in /etc/dladm/secobj.conf.

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