Fail to access RSN property with DBus if pairwise cipher suite count is 0

Deroire, Guillaume Guillaume.Deroire at
Mon Apr 4 00:45:15 PDT 2022


> That is an invalid RSNE.
> While the encoding may look valid, that count=0 is not allowed based on
> the standard (see IEEE Std 802.11-2020,
> It feels more like an implementation issue in the AP. It would be
> strange to accept a configuration that would result in an invalid RSNE
> being used.
Thanks a lot for your clarifications.
A bit sad to see that Cisco produces devices that don't follow the standards ...

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