Okay, here's the situation. I have a Broadcom Corporation BCM4321 802.11a/b/g/n (rev 05) WiFi card, and It really doesn't like my new router; It won't connect, the Wireless manager shows connection animation for a few minutes, then says disconnected. I am sure the password is correct.
This is a fresh install of Ubuntu 14.04. I've had Ubuntu on this machine before (Installed using same disk), and with my old router WiFi worked fine. Now I have a new router- an Arris TG1672G modem. I currently am using a USB WiFi Dongle (Which is painfully slow) to use the internet.
This modem outputs two WiFi signals: Wireless_Vic, and Wireless_Vic-5G. (Two different bands, 5G being faster) Both have the same WPA2 Personal key.
OS X and Windows 7 have no problems connecting to either network on the same machine.
In the logs I show an attempt to connect to the Wireless_Vic WiFi.
(Logging instructions from https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingNetworkManager)
I can't make much of it, take a look. (USB Dongle removed for logging, Broadcom card only.)