jkmaline at cc.hut.fi
Fri Jul 23 00:03:19 EDT 2004
On Thu, Jul 22, 2004 at 11:29:35PM +0200, Karl Rothenhöfer wrote:
> Xeron:/etc/init.d # /etc/init.d/hostapd /etc/hostapd.conf
> Configuration file: /etc/hostapd.conf
> Using interface wlan1ap with hwaddr 00:02:dd:34:b6:7d and ssid 'test'
> wlan1: RADIUS Authentication server 127.0.0.1:1812
> Flushing old station entries
> Deauthenticate all stations
> Data frame from not associated STA 00:0a:e9:05:48:05
> wlan1: STA 00:0a:e9:05:48:05 IEEE 802.11: authenticated
> wlan1: STA 00:0a:e9:05:48:05 IEEE 802.11: associated (aid 1)
> EAP Identifier of the Response-Identity from 00:0a:e9:05:48:05 does not
> match (was 126, expected 127)
Could you please enable more debugging by using following configuration
> What is EAP Identifier?
It is one of the fields in the EAP packet header and it is used to match
replies to requests.
> How can a mismatch of 1 be caused?
In most cases, this is caused by EAP session starting generating two EAP
Request-Identity packets (one from Authenticator immediately after
association and another as a reply to Supplicant's EAPOL-Start).
Authenticator is dropping one of the EAP Response-Identity packets and
authentication should continue without problems. Your debug log did not
have enough details to determine what was causing the authentication not
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