Authentication Error

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Feb 13th, 2009
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I am currently upgraded my 871W to AdvanceIPServices 12.4(22)T IOS which was done to fix a bug with not broadcasting my SSID.


Since then I have been having authentication issues. I am using WPA with PSK. My PC and the rest of the network devices can connect to the wireless router initially, but if the connection is terminated for whatever reason and I attempt to reconnect a device I receive an authentication error.


Attached is my current configuration. Any help would be appreciated



Correct Answer by Stephen Rodriguez about 8 years 2 months ago

Couple of questions, are you using the 87x as a bridge? do you have reallllllly old devices in your network? If not:


dot11 ssid cisco

vlan 1 <---not needed

authentication open

authentication shared <---not needed

authentication key-management wpa

guest-mode

infrastructure-ssid <---not needed


From the config, you don't need to have the VLAN statement in the SSID, and you don't need the sub-interface under the radio. Just put the main interface in bridge-group 1.


HTH,

Steve

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Stephen Rodriguez Sun, 02/15/2009 - 16:08
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Couple of questions, are you using the 87x as a bridge? do you have reallllllly old devices in your network? If not:


dot11 ssid cisco

vlan 1 <---not needed

authentication open

authentication shared <---not needed

authentication key-management wpa

guest-mode

infrastructure-ssid <---not needed


From the config, you don't need to have the VLAN statement in the SSID, and you don't need the sub-interface under the radio. Just put the main interface in bridge-group 1.


HTH,

Steve

gojericho0 Wed, 02/18/2009 - 15:42
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Steve not sure why, but when i took the authentication shared command out it started working properly.

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