Removing ('forgetting') the profile and re-entering it seems to fix the problem.
04/14/2010 - Added note to step 1, explaining network adapter change.
05/05/2010 - Reworked content into resolution path.
Warning: Turning off your Firewall can leave your computer open to attack. If turning off the Firewall resolves the issue, refer the documentation of operating system for instructions to configure it properly so that it does not completely block this connection.
04/06/2010 - Added product versions; added link to Fusion 3/Windows 7 article.
The SSID can be customized not only to make it easy for you to identify the name of your network but for security reasons as well. Note: For different operating system, there might be sometimes problem to connect the wireless.
Try a different laptop to see whether it has the same problem. Once your computer is in range with the wireless network profile that is saved on your computer, it will automatically attempt to connect to that wireless network you have previously connected to.
This practice, known as virtual hosting, is already widely used for hosting regular, non-secure websites.
When your browser connects to an HTTPS site, the very first thing the server does is send a copy of its certificate so your browser can validate its identity.
The browser will expect the name on the certificate to match the name of the website it’s trying to connect to.
This is fine if the server only hosts one website – it only needs one certificate.
The key information appeared towards the end of the announcement: SNI is an extension to the SSL/TLS protocol that allows a browser to specify explicitly the name of the website it’s trying to connect to.