4Way Handshake Failure

ramprasad.rajendran at wipro.com ramprasad.rajendran
Wed Feb 14 21:39:02 PST 2007

>-----Original Message-----
>From: hostap-bounces+ramprasad.rajendran=wipro.com at shmoo.com 
>[mailto:hostap-bounces+ramprasad.rajendran=wipro.com at shmoo.com]
> On Behalf Of Jouni Malinen
>Sent: Wednesday, February 07, 2007 9:35 AM
>To: hostap at shmoo.com
>Subject: Re: 4Way Handshake Failure
>On Tue, Feb 06, 2007 at 01:13:03PM +0530, 
>ramprasad.rajendran at wipro.com wrote:
>> I am using EAP-FAST as the authentication on a custom built board. 
>> Authentication suceeds, but the 4 Way Handshake Fails.
>Which authentication server are you using?

>> I've made some changes to port it to our platform.(OS, timer and the 
>> configuration params, removed certificate processing)
>What exactly do you mean by removing certificate processing? 
>With TLS implementation are you using?

There were some problems in my changes. I had removed the scanning and
association code as it was taken care by the driver so as to reduce
size. I wasn't sending the proper RSNIE information element in msg 3/4.

Just to answer the above questions, I am using the internal crypto and
TLS libraries. I had removed the part of code that processes
certificates(to reduce size) because we were using PAC for
authentication and Steel Belted Radius as the RADIUS Server.


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