fat ap's network eap equiv to lwapp authentication
dot11 ssid ******
authentication open eap user_eap
authentication network-eap user_eap
the above autonomous config works for remote desktop application. now, the whole wlan was changed to lwapp. the controller 126.96.36.199, offers 802.1X, WPA + WPA2, Static WEP, Cranite, Fortress, Static WEP Key + 802.1X, CKIP.
Upon choosing 802.1X, clients were able to get access. but whenever the remote desktop is run, the remote pc disconnects. and posts the following error message on the controller
Decrypt errors occurred for client HH:HH:HH:HH:HH:HH using WEP key on 802.11b/g interface of AP HH:HH:HH:HH:HH:HH
removing the trap control didn't solve the issue.
thanks for any ideas/help/information....
btw, it was tested with no authentication and Static WEP Key on the SSID and the Remote Desktop works fine.
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