WPA authentication problem
jan.ceuleers at computer.org
Sun Mar 22 09:50:48 EDT 2015
On 22/03/15 14:04, Robert Deliën wrote:
>> I distinctly remember having had issues with TKIP being enabled as well.
> I should have mentioned that all these three work:
> wpa_pairwise=CCMP TKIP
> But if I understood correctly, these are all WPA authentications. WPS2 requires rsn_pairwise, am I correct?
> wpa=3 Allows for WPA authentication, whereas wpa=2 allows WPA2 only. I’m pretty sure I have tried that as well and I was surprised that that works with the three options above as well.
> I’m still wondering why setting rsn_pairwise is breaking things. Perhaps I didn’t configure my Kernel correctly? Or perhaps I didn’t configure hostapd correctly?
> Anyway, your suggesting will work for us. Thank you.
> I just would like to understand what’s going wrong...
I haven't checked the source (but then my name isn't Luke), but my
config file has wpa=2 in it, so I'm pretty sure that I'm doing WPA2
rather than WPA. My clients (Windows 7, Windows 8, Linux, Blackberries)
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