[SOLVED] Re: Association fails on WPA-EAP (TKIP) network
Larry.Finger at lwfinger.net
Tue Jun 13 22:28:33 EDT 2006
Andrew Barr wrote:
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> No, it's a plain-B card. I figured out the AP password and set the mode
> to "b/g mixed" and now the handheld is working fine.
Always good to get a problem solved. Dumps made with kismet and analyzed with ethereal are really
helpful. My only problem was that I had to rebuild the system on a second laptop in order to get the
dumps. That took about one whole day. Analyzing the dump took only an hour, and took that long
because I wasn't familiar with ethereal and my packets were mixed up with a bunch of data packets
from my two neighbors and my wife's Windoze machine. After I found the problem, the real fun began
as I had to modify the driver to work around a bug in the firmware on my $%#@&* WRT54G V5. I used to
have a V1, which I loved, but it died and I bought what I thought was an exact replacement. No -
Linksys went from a Linux-based OS to one on VXWorks and introduced a lot of bugs.
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