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Re: wi-driver and wpa_supplicant
On Tue, Feb 12, 2008 at 11:13:17PM +0100, sainio%t-online.de@localhost wrote:
> Pierre Pronchery wrote:
> > sainio%t-online.de@localhost wrote:
> >> I saw this one already earlier, but IMHO it is about rekeying problems
> >> and in my case the wpa_supplicant is not able to find an AP as the
> >> scanning does not stop. I think the wi does not start scanning properly,
> >> but I have to test this theory.
> > Just in case, prism2 cards only support 802.11b. Are you sure the access
> > point you're trying to reach is not set to 802.11a or more likely,
> > 802.11g only?
> > HTH,
> Good point, but unfortunately it runs in mixed mode and I already tested the
> card with a linux laptop next to my netbsd box. I also flashed higher
> version of the FW (1.7.4) as I have not been found a way to download fw to
> the card while running netbsd. Linux-side has prism2.. - tools
> I think I will try next by setting up a simple hostapd AP with some
> debugging and simple encryption, Let's see if it can be seen with wi-driver
I thought that older firmware (1.3.x, 1.4.x) was not compatible with WPA
at all, especially if you use the card as a client instead of an AP.
I am also under the impression that the very latest firmware is not
compatible with the old. I could be wrong on both counts.
I don't think that you will get WPA to work with any level of firmware
without modifying wi(4).
David Young OJC Technologies
dyoung%ojctech.com@localhost Urbana, IL * (217) 278-3933 ext 24
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