hostapd/wpa_supplicant - new development release v0.5.0
Sat Dec 24 20:47:17 PST 2005
well, i am using the version from zydas, that i linked earlier, as
that is the only one that seems to work:(
If you can tell me what to ask them, i will email them.
i can use the AP through wpa fine in XP. It's a linksys wrt54gs
router, and the SSID is viewable in XP, so it should be being
broadcast, as i did not hide it? i am running kernel 18.104.22.168 on fc4
router is set to broadcast ssid, Network4Home is SSID, using WPA-PSK,
TKIP, wireless mac filter is disabled, and advanced wireless options
are all default.
On 12/24/05, Jouni Malinen <jkmaline at cc.hut.fi> wrote:
> On Sat, Dec 24, 2005 at 10:13:13PM -0600, John H. wrote:
> > Can't zydas themselves grant permission?
> > jc at zydas.com.tw
> > rhsieh at zydas.com.tw
> > either of those may work.
> Sure. Would you be interested in trying to ask them for permission and
> then reporting here what happened? Or even better, get them to mail
> me or the list with permission to use the version.
> > i'd be happy with 1.2.0 if it would just stop locking up when i use
> > ap_scan=1 or ap_scan=2.
> Please do not use version "1.2.0" on this mailing list. I have no idea
> what that version number means, but it has nothing to do with the main
> wpa_supplicant distribution. What exactly do you mean with "locking up"?
> > 0: 00:0f:66:53:3e:24 ssid='' wpa_ie_len=0 rsn_ie_len=0
> > skip - no WPA/RSN IE
> > No suitable AP found.
> This looks like either incorrect parsing of scan results (which may be
> happening if you are running new enough kernel with an old version of
> wpa_supplicant) or an AP that has disabled SSID broadcasting and is not
> configurdd for using WPA/WPA2. Please describe the expected behavior
> (i.e., is that MAC address correct and how was the AP configured).
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