sukhdeep at gmail.com
Fri Mar 9 07:21:55 EST 2007
On 3/8/07, Bryan Kadzban <bryan at kadzban.is-a-geek.net> wrote:
> > scan_ssid=1
> > key_mgmt=WPA-EAP
> > proto=WPA2 WPA
> > pairwise=CCMP TKIP
> > group=CCMP TKIP
> The second issue is that you've specified scan_ssid=1, but you have more
> than one option for proto, pairwise, and group -- I don't know whether
> this works or not.
Yes, this works. In fact the defaults have multiple value for these. For eg.
if you leave proto commented, it will equal proto=WPA WPA2
I would start by removing the scan_ssid line, but if
> that doesn't work, I'd try adding it back in and fixing proto, pairwise,
> and group. (From your description, it sounds like you will need to use
> WPA, TKIP, and TKIP, respectively. But it's better to leave those
> parameters unspecified and let the supplicant figure out which values to
Leaving them unspecified will make the supplicant use the defaults, which
proto = WPA RSN
grou = CCMP TKIP WEP104 WEP40
pairwise = CCMP TKIP
This configuration indicates the set of values that can be used.
The supplicant chooses a set based on the probe-response from the AP and the
valid values ( based on the configuration )
In short, the set of multiple values looks OK.
use based on the beacon information, rather than having the supplicant
> send a specific probe request.)
probe request doesn't contain this information.
It is exchanged in the probe-response and the Assoc-request.
But for the last minute,... Nothing would get done.
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