Description of problem:
I have problems connecting to our WPA-Enterprise network (WPA, PEAP/MSCHAP)
If I reboot into the older kernel 188.8.131.52-76 I can connect fine
Driver is iwl4965, firmware version is 184.108.40.206-1
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
More or less always
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Try to connect to a WPA-enterprise network
2. System just prompts for password repeatedly
3. Never connects
I seem to get errors in /var/log/messages including:
iwl4965: Error sending TX power (-22)
There are also kernel oopses (info to follow in an attachment)
Our wireless platform (Cisco lightweight, formerly Airespace) syslogs messages
when I'm using the broken kernel version:
APF-3-CHECK_EXT_SUPP_RATES_FAILED: Could not check extended supported rates.
Missing supported rate for station. Length :0. Mobile MAC: 00:13:e8:c1:f8:f9.
APF-1-CONFLICT_IN_ASS_REQ: Conflicting Supported Rates in Association Request
Created attachment 312658 [details]
extract of /var/log/messages whilst failing with newer kernel
Can you try -97? Someone else reported that it resolved this issue.
Closed due to lack of response...I'm pretty sure this is fixed.
Yes, sorry for not replying - for reference, the -97 update did indeed correct the problem