Fri Aug 24 23:45:05 CEST 2012
Sat Nov 20 06:43:36 CET 2010
another night with 802.11r
just another night with 802.11r. I tested this night a setup with 2 nanostations m2, 1 tp link 1043nd and to much mate. nanostations got hostapd(20101111) and the tp link is our client with wpa-supplicant(same version). As keymanagement I choose FT-PSK, just in case our radius attemptinga to steal me some time. the first connection feel good, got a ping throught the connection and a 'ft-over-ds' command from wpa_sup is working. but the roam command does not work. mhh. ok, lets try another run... disconnecting my client with wpa_cli and reconnect - toooot toooo ! a train hits me - I can not reconnect. WTF !
6405.665831: authentication: STA=00:23:cd:14:d8:e2 auth_alg=2 auth_transaction=1 status_code=0 wep=0 6405.665930: New STA ...
seems to be ok, but this is strange
6405.668982: FT: Unknown pairwise alg 0x1000 - skip PTK configuration ...
anyway, keep looking
6405.673321: wlan0: STA 00:23:cd:14:d8:e2 IEEE 802.11: authentication OK (FT) 6405.673795: wlan0: STA 00:23:cd:14:d8:e2 MLME: MLME-AUTHENTICATE.indication(00:23:cd:14:d8:e2, FT) ...
ok. authentication is working and accepted
6406.096027: FT: 00:23:cd:14:d8:e2 tried to use association (not re-association) with FT auth_alg 6406.110919: mgmt::assoc_resp cb 6406.111070: wlan0: STA 00:23:cd:14:d8:e2 IEEE 802.11: did not acknowledge association response 6406.212294: mgmt::deauth 6406.212377: deauthentication: STA=00:23:cd:14:d8:e2 reason_code=3 6406.212491: AP-STA-DISCONNECTED 00:23:cd:14:d8:e2 6406.212609: wlan0: STA 00:23:cd:14:d8:e2 WPA: event 3 notification 6406.213441: wpa_driver_nl80211_set_key: ifindex=6 alg=0 addr=0x4984c0 key_idx=0 set_tx=1 seq_len=0 key_len=0 6406.213661: addr=00:23:cd:14:d8:e2 6406.213845: WPA: 00:23:cd:14:d8:e2 WPA_PTK entering state DISCONNECTED
is this missing association response our problem ? i dont know. maybe tomorrow night somebody is asking 'Gee, Brain, what do you want to do tonight?" "The same thing we do every night, try to take over the world with 802.11r".