WPA/WPA2 with Prism54 card

Jens Rutschmann Jens.Rutschmann
Thu Dec 28 08:37:38 PST 2006

I tested both WPA and "WPA2(AES)" (as called by my router) with -dd.

The attached archive contains two text files containing the output of 
output.tkip (for WPA)
output.ccmp (for WPA2)

It seems as if wpa_supplicant didn't even accept my AP as valid when set 
up with WPA2.

This is the configuration I used (pairwise and group were set to "CCMP" 
when trying WPA2):

As I didn't mention it before: I am using Gentoo Linux and I have 
compiled wpa_supplicant with full features excluding support for the 
madwifi drivers. I hope this doesn't matter in any way.

Jouni: sorry for the double post, I'm new to this mailing list stuff and 
I still have some issues with my mail client ...

Jouni Malinen wrote:
> On Fri, Dec 22, 2006 at 12:22:49PM +0100, Jens Rutschmann wrote:
>   Could you please re-run this with full debugging output from
> wpa_supplicant (-dd on command line)? Prism54 driver did not use to
> support WPA in client mode, but there has been some comments on that
> working with some changes. I have not tested this myself nor have I
> heard many clear success reports, so I don't know what exactly the
> current status of the WPA support in the driver is.
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