WPA-PSK doesn't seem to work.
info at sorcix.com
Sun Jul 27 04:00:46 PDT 2008
This is the first time I'm sending to a mailing list,
so I hope I didn't do something wrong here. ^^
I have a wireless network protected with WPA-PSK, but for some reason
wpa_supplicant seems to be using EAP when connecting (and fails). I'm trying
to fix this for several days now, and have tried lots of different
configurations, but none worked.
Router setup: http://doc.sorcix.com/public/wpa/router.jpg
Router: DLink DIR-635
WNIC: DLink DWA-547 (Chipset AR5416) using ndiswrapper
I have tried the same configuration on another router (USR XX5462), including
the same PSK and SSID. It worked perfectly on this one! wpa_supplicant
never even mentioned EAP and connected in a few seconds.
Because wpa_supplicant seems to be using EAP where it shouldn't, I tried to
compile without EAP support, but then wpa_supplicant just said it needed
EAP to connect to my DLink router.
This might be interesting also:
Windows is able to connect to my router, but complains that it needs a
certificate. The connection works as expected though, it just says every 10
minutes that it couldn't find a certificate.
Is there any way to fix this problem, or at least just do it as windows
and ignore the certificate stuff? I have not setup a certificate on the
so I don't understand why I should need one, or even how I should make one.
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