wpa_supplicant fails to use a correct network block, but succeeds when forced by wpa_cli.
Wed Jun 17 07:31:24 PDT 2009
On Wed, 2009-06-17 at 16:16 +0200, Par Holmstrom wrote:
> Hi all,
> In my config below, the 2nd network block is a valid/correct
> configuration (works if listed alone, or as the first block).
> With this configuration, wpa_supplicant fails to connect to the
> access point and just loops forever between the
> 1st and 2nd network block.
> But, if wpa_supplicant is forced by wpa_cli to use the correct block
> like this: "wpa_cli -ieth1 select_network 1" then
> wpa_supplicant gets the point and is able to connect, (although
> sometimes i have to run the wpa_cli cmd twice)
> # cat wpa.conf
> I'm out of ideas on how to pinpoint this error further.
> - AFAIK my config file _should_ work, but I could be wrong. :-)
> Is this a bug, or have I miss-configured anything?
> wpa_supplicant args: -Dwext -ieth1 -c wpa.conf -d
> wpa_supplicant v0.6.9
> kernel v2.6.27 (using libertas driver)
> h/w : Marvell 8686 sdio
> AP: hidden ssid, WPA-PSK & TKIP
Can you post some -dddt debug output for the run here?
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