I have a few questions regarding WPA MIC errors which I seem to encounter quite frequently on the wireless network that I operate.
I'm running on WCS version 18.104.22.168.
On my WLANs, most of them are configured with WPA and WPA2, with both encryption types (TKIP and AES) checked. My auth key mgmt is PSK.
I'm in a university environment so unfortunately most of the laptops connecting to the wireless are personal machines.
My questions are as follows:
1. Does the above configuration sound ideal? I am unsure if it is wise to have both WPA and WPA2 with both encryptions enabled or not. Could this be a cause of the WPA MIC alerts?
2. Also, I seem to recall mention about being able to configure the hold-time when a client triggers the WPA MIC alert. Would it be a good idea to lower the number from a default of 60?