windows can connect, ubuntu not
Nazeer.Khan at nicta.com.au
Sat Sep 1 21:01:02 EDT 2007
Send me your config files for both hostapd and wpa supplicant..... I will
test them for you and see wat the problem might be.
On Sat, September 1, 2007 11:39 pm, Joerg Schoppet said:
> Nazeer Khan schrieb:
>> The PSK seems to be incorrect. The 3 MSG of 4-way handshake is
>> Check the PSK on the station and confirm that it is the same as on AP.
>> can also find a debug MSG on STA if u are using wpa supplicant.
> thanks for the tip, BUT:
> I've changed the PSK on both, the AP and the STA to "1234567890123",
> made a "wpa_passphrase my_private_ap 1234567890123" and filled the
> result on the server in hostapd.conf "wpa_psk" and on the client in the
> wpa_supplicant.conf "psk".
> Same result.
> On the STA I get the following messages in /var/log/messages:
> SoftMAC: Open Authentication completed with 00:60:b3:4e:f6:db
> SoftMAC: Authentication timed out with 00:60:b3:4e:f6:db
> The MAC is the MAC of my AP.
> But in /var/log/daemon.log on the AP I only see:
> hostapd: ath0: STA 00:90:96:b8:23:53 IEEE 802.11: associated
> hostapd: ath0: STA 00:90:96:b8:23:53 IEEE 802.11: deauthenticated due to
> local deauth request
> hostapd: ath0: STA 00:90:96:b8:23:53 IEEE 802.11: disassociated
> The MAC is the MAC of my STA.
> What else can I do?
> Just for information: With an open AP (without hostapd) I can connect
> without problems.
> Joerg Schoppet
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