WPA2 config with WPA-PSK?

engage engage at n0sq.us
Wed Dec 21 21:36:45 EST 2005


On Wednesday 21 December 2005 19:24, Jouni Malinen wrote:
>On Wed, Dec 21, 2005 at 02:59:24PM -0500, Jerry LeVan wrote:
>> Well I was close, I had a proto=WPA2 line and I could not connect
>> ( I was in a scanning state....)
>> I also had proto=RSN with the same result.
>>
>> In my TKIP configuration, I had WPA in the proto line and that worked.
>>
>> I guess I am still a bit confused does the above do WPA2 and is more
>> secure what the WPA with TKIP?
>
>Please note that WPA2 is not same as CCMP. Both WPA and WPA2 can be used
>with CCMP and it sounds like your AP is configured to use WPA (not WPA2)
>with CCMP and as such, the client should also be configured to use WPA,
>i.e., proto=WPA in case of wpa_supplicant.

I have the same router and I can't get WPA2 to work, also. WPA/CCMP works fine 
though.



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