bouncing connection using v0.4.4, madwifi and a BEFW11S4 router

Edward Ocampo-gooding edward.og at gmail.com
Wed Sep 14 00:42:42 EDT 2005


It's bizarre - I used another BEFW11S4 that belongs to my friend and
had no problems, but when I started to use a D-Link at my parents'
place, the same problem starts up.

Even more interesting now is that I'm noticing that the DHCP requests
to the Linksys and D-Link occassionally cause the routers to
completely lock up, preventing internet access for other users on the
router.  Crazy!

Maybe I've just got really bad luck with hardware.

-Edward

On 9/12/05, Tino Keitel <tino.keitel at gmx.de> wrote:
> On Sat, Sep 03, 2005 at 14:25:17 -0400, Edward Ocampo-gooding wrote:
> > I'm using wpa_supplicant v0.4.4, madwifi, and a Linksys BEFW11S4
> > (Firmware Version: 1.50.14) router.
> >
> > Connecting to the router in Windows is no problem.
> >
> > Using wpa_supplicant with debugging turned on gives the following
> > bouncing connection - it connects and associates for a moment, then
> > disassociates.
> >
> > wpa_supplicant.conf has been checked - the essid and psk is correct.
> >
> > I've heard this particular router to be a pain, but I was wondering if
> > there's any hints you could give to help me on my way to WPA
> > shangri-la.
> 
> I also had such behaviour with my Netgear WGR614v1 (with beta firmware
> to get WPA support). I replaced it by a Linksys WRT54GS and the same
> wpa_supplicant.conf now works like a charm, with original firmware and
> with OpenWRT.
> 
> Regards,
> Tino
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