Which debug command can find out the wrong authentication method?
I have configured fat Cisco Aironet 1242 APs on remote site with WPA/TKIP authentication. Local technician configured wireless tec printers with corressponding configuration. I just want to know if there is a debug command to allow me to find out the wrong authentication method. Say WPA2 instead of WPA. I've tried "debug dot11 wpa-cckm-km-dot1x". It didn't help. It can only find out wrong username and password. Which means I know client passed association but failed authentication because of wrong password. I need a debug command for association process. Thanks.
Re: Which debug command can find out the wrong authentication me
Thanks again for your reply, Scott.
I can get the error message from WLC for lightweight APs.
However, for the autonomous AP, I can't get any error message regarding the wrong key mgmt type from the log. Actually, if I change my wifi card setting from WPA to WPA2, I can see connection failed on my laptop, but there is no logs on the AP. I've tried so many debug command and always got the same result.
I'm pretty sure there must be a debug command to allow me to see the association process on the fat AP.
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