AW: AW: AW: AW: AW: WPA2-PSK and WPA-EAP together?
ck at conrad-kostecki.de
Wed Sep 10 17:57:36 EDT 2014
> That sounds like one of the numerous multiple-AKM-issues with Windows drivers that I've seen..
> In other words, you would need yet another BSS to make one WPA-PSK -only BSS as a workaround
> for broken implementation while enabling WPA-PSK-> SHA256 on another one.
> Though, I'm not sure it would really be justifiable from a security view point with WPA-PSK,
> i.e., might as well go ahead with that BSS with WPA-PSK only and leave SHA256-based options for the WPA-EAP BSS.
Yep. I will do that. As it's only my private AP at home, it does not make sense, that I start even more virtual SSIDs..
If I enable SHA256 on PSK or EAP, my Windows with an Intel 6300 doesn't seems to like it. Otherwise, without SHA256,
everything is now working perfectly fine on PSK and EAP.
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