Help with EAP-OTP & Madwifi or hostap driver

Francis J. Hitchens fhitchen
Sat Jan 15 12:47:22 PST 2005

Thanks for replying. Yes I did see problems with madwifi, but no more
than with linuxant. I'll try again with the latest madwifi driver and
post the verbose output if that'll help.

On Sat, 2005-01-15 at 10:21 -0800, Jouni Malinen wrote:

> On Tue, Jan 11, 2005 at 08:49:26AM -0600, Francis J. Hitchens wrote:
> > I've been struggling for a few weeks trying to authenticate using PEAP
> > and OTP and could do with some help. I started out using the madwifi
> > diver for my Linksys WPC55AG V1.1 card but read that it had problems. I
> > have since started using the Linuxant hostap driver with no greater
> > success. Association using TKIP works but that's as far as I get. I'm
> > using the latest linuxant driver and wpa_supplicant-0.2.6 under fedora
> > core 3 using the linuxant 16 stack kernel.
> Did you see any problems with madwifi yourself or just read about
> problems? I won't be able to help you with Linuxant solution (please
> direct your questions to the vendor), but if you are willing to try this
> with madwifi, it would be easier to support you. As far as I can tell,
> the latest development branch release (0.3.4) of wpa_supplicant works
> fine with the CVS version of madwifi driver.

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