maturity of WPA2 AES and PMK caching code in wpa_supplicant

Michael Wang mwang25 at gmail.com
Tue Sep 13 13:26:18 EDT 2005


Hi all,

I was wondering if someone could comment on the maturity of the WPA2 AES and 
PMK caching code in wpa_supplicant?

Specifically, how many AP's has it been tested against? Is it known to work 
with Aruba or Atheros AP's? Are there many reports of successful usage or 
bugs? Does it support "opportunistic key caching"? (That is an optimization 
for wireless networks that has a single switch acting as the authenticator 
and many AP's attached to that same switch, see the May 2005 Cable Guy 
article on Microsoft Technet)

Thanks in advance for any info you can provide!

Michael
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