Can't get WPA3 to work...

rany rany2 at
Fri May 19 09:09:13 PDT 2023

My understanding is that it is not allowed in the specification.

So implementors that decide to not to support it are technically
in the right for doing so. It's just something to keep in mind.

Basically if it works on your machine, you're lucky and shouldn't
expect it to work on another WPA3 device because it is not
allowed. I know for a fact that it does not work on Android and
iPhone devices.

On 5/19/23 18:29, Robert Senger wrote:
> I just wonder why you say that WPA3-EAP only supports certificate based
> authentication, which means eap=tls in my understanding. I found that
> WPA3-EAP works well with username/password based authentication, e.g.
> eap=ttls, the same way as WPA2-EAP does.

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