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I have hp envy 15t laptop. I'm sorry to say that compiling and installing wpa_supplicant 6.10 did not fix the problem. (But thank you also Nils.) I am basically unable to connect to WPA networks. Can you help checking or to use the TLS that doesnt error out? I used the fix a couple of weeks ago and worked flawlessly. http://0pacity.com/timed-out/wpa-supplicant-authentication-timed-out.html

The Linux kernel people (Herbert Xu) seem to be working on this, found http://lkml.org/lkml/2007/5/8/181 I am working on a solution in madwifi. The strange bit is that it works on some AP's and not on others. Here is the content from syslog: Code: Aug 24 12:54:54 MegLaptop NetworkManager[1127]: Activation (wlan0) starting connection 'Wi-Fi connection 1' Aug 24 12:54:54 MegLaptop NetworkManager[1127]: (wlan0): device state change: disconnected But I am observing authentication > timeouts (failed to authenticate) for some times. check that

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from comment #30) Sorry for the rookie questions, but: 1. I downgraded to 2.3.3 and I was able to connect successfully to connect to the wifi, but then I upgraded the kernel to 4.1.6 and it installed an wpa_supplicant-gui and some I tried to use the updates from "ppa:network-manager" for maverick... Jun 6 09:18:06 $machine_name NetworkManager: Activation (eth2) Stage 1 of 5 (Device Prepare) started...

In my case: # modprobe ipw3945 Then, to test the WPA supplicant, run: # wpa_supplicant -Dwext -ieth1 -c /etc/wpa_supplicant.conf Recall I have used the wext device, instead of the ipw one, Where can I find Boeing 777 safety records? Osmo Laitinen (osmo-laitinen) wrote on 2010-10-14: #73 I also find it very frustrating that this hasn't been fixed yet. 11n_disable This is the sharp end of Ubuntu being used instead of Windows by ordinary people, and is what we aspire to.

I followed the guide in #35 with no luck, then reinstalled wpasupplicant, with luck. Wlan0 Association With Timed Out With either password protected network I am repeatedly asked for my key or uname and passwrd, but then nothing happens. I've kept the updated wpasupplicant packages also (http://packages.debian.org/sid/wpasupplicant, http://packages.debian.org/sid/libpcsclite1, http://packages.debian.org/sid/libssl0.9.8), not sure if those are strictly necessary. No new secrets needed.

Jun 6 09:18:06 $machine_name NetworkManager: (eth2): device state change: 4 -> 5 (reason 0) Jun 6 09:18:06 $machine_name NetworkManager: Activation (eth2/wireless): access point '$ssid' has security, but secrets are Arch Linux Wpa_supplicant Well, I see a couple of things to go on right now. remove iwlwifi \ (/sbin/lsmod | grep -o -e ^iwlmvm -e ^iwldvm -e ^iwlwifi | xargs /sbin/rmmod) \ && /sbin/modprobe -r mac80211 options iwlwifi 11n_disable=8 [email protected]:~$ Please tell me what I could I haven't changed any settings and my mobile phone connects to the WiFi fine.

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The workaround with version 2.3.3 did the trick for me as well. (In reply to Dan Williams from comment #4) > Your issue is likely due to wpa_supplicant enabling TLSv1.2 support Jun 6 09:18:06 $machine_name NetworkManager: Activation (eth2) Stage 1 of 5 (Device Prepare) scheduled... Wlan0 Authentication With Timed Out I see the message "eth1 link is not ready" and sometimes it says "eth1 link becomes ready". Disconnected During Association Asking For New Key Fails.

Keeps asking for password Actual results: From /etc/wpa_supplicant.log after upgrade: wlp12s0: SME: Trying to authenticate with e0:1c:41:34:19:e9 (SSID='CICS' freq=5220 MHz) wlp12s0: Trying to associate with e0:1c:41:34:19:e9 (SSID='CICS' freq=5220 MHz) wlp12s0: Associated this content The worry here is that most of the posts are focused on the Ralink driver - not wpa_supplicant, and only a couple of brief messages of affects me to from a Thanks to Nils and spanna! Jun 9 16:14:06 him NetworkManager: Activation (eth1) Stage 2 of 5 (Device Configure) starting... Deauthenticating By Local Choice

But then, I see this in dmesg: [ 1854.199036] wlo1: authenticate with 92:68:c3:f4:ec:3a [ 1854.201743] wlo1: send auth to 92:68:c3:f4:ec:3a (try 1/3) [ 1854.275690] wlo1: send auth to 92:68:c3:f4:ec:3a (try 2/3) AND this is a LTS release. Will it stop NM from working properly ? weblink Last edited by hokasch (2010-07-03 19:20:03) Offline #14 2010-07-03 19:36:21 kr1zmo Member Registered: 2010-07-03 Posts: 22 Re: [solved] wpa_supplicant isnt connecting via wp2 hokasch wrote:Sorry, you have been running wpa_supplicant as

Ben (benmctee) wrote on 2010-09-03: #72 Running Macbook 5,1, had the same issues as planctus, performed #41 (marked wpasupplicant for reinstallation) and WPA works again. Wpa_supplicant.conf Example Related This entry was posted on January 28, 2007 at 9:40 pm and is filed under Free software and related beasts. Downgrade to 2.3-3 and it works again.

This is absolutely essential to get a usable association.

So, please delete the conf files you have created - Code: sudo rm /etc/modprobe.d/{modprobe,rtl8188ee}.conf 2) We have recently discovered that the iwlwifi driver may go into an infinite connection attempt loop By the way, the kernel version has been upgraded since your above post. The error sounds like the channel your WiFi card is listening to does not give IPs via DHCP. Iwlwifi no success.

Works with 2.3-3. He's using an Intel based wireless adapter and Kubuntu 10.04. Are you sure eth2 is the correct device? check over here Thanks nukedathlonman (areginato-hotmail) wrote on 2010-06-09: #48 Well, I'm not a developer here so I can't bump the severity.

There are some patches floating around that will detect this condition and fall back to the less-secure TLSv1.1 automatically, and we'll probably have to add those to Fedora until the RADIUS run wpa_supplicant -> if configured properly, it will authenticate with the router / "connect" to it3. I usually have to try numerous times before I could connect, one time it took almost an hour and a half. I think this bug should be rated high priority because: -- I think this is a very common configuration. -- this result is that wireless is "broken" (for anyone using WPA

Comment 32 Vincent P. 2015-11-30 16:49:52 EST I'm not sure if this is the right place te respond, but hey..wth. (In reply to Eran B. Everything works well except that I cannot log in to wireless systems that require a password. Offline #9 2010-07-03 11:34:41 hokasch Member Registered: 2007-09-23 Posts: 1,461 Re: [solved] wpa_supplicant isnt connecting via wp2 Good thinking Look at it again tomorrow. Also trying another WiFi access point (in fact, my mobile phone hotspot) doesn't work.

bssid=34:XX:XX:XX:XX:02 ssid=FILTERED id=0 pairwise_cipher=CCMP group_cipher=TKIP key_mgmt=WPA2/IEEE 802.1X/EAP wpa_state=ASSOCIATED ip_address=0.0.0.0 Supplicant PAE state=AUTHENTICATING suppPortStatus=Unauthorized EAP state=IDLE > status bssid=34:XX:XX:XX:XX:02 ssid=pmwproc id=0 pairwise_cipher=CCMP group_cipher=TKIP key_mgmt=WPA2/IEEE 802.1X/EAP wpa_state=ASSOCIATED ip_address=0.0.0.0 Supplicant PAE state=CONNECTING suppPortStatus=Unauthorized EAP