Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 798187
problem in wpa_supplicant with openssl-1.0.1-0.1.beta2.fc17.x86_64
Last modified: 2015-01-13 07:30:14 EST
Created attachment 566264 [details]
Authentication in wpa_supplicant fails with openssl-1.0.1-0.1.beta2.fc17.x86_64 (security : wpa/wpa2 enterprise, authentication ttls). Here is the output of wpa_supplicant, debug enabled, with current openssl and with previous version. The authentication problem occurs just after the occurence of "no matching PMKID found"
Created attachment 566265 [details]
The problem is indicated by this line:
EAP-TTLS: Failed to derive key
This message means that eap_peer_tls_derive_key() function failed. I'd need more low level debugging output to find out which function called from OpenSSL library fails or behaves differently.
I suppose it is related to the new TLS-1.2 support in openssl-1.0.1. Perhaps the wpa_supplicant should forcibly limit the TLS version to 1.0?
Reassingning to wpa_supplicant for better insight from wpa_supplicant maintainers.
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 19 development cycle.
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I cannot reproduce the bug with current versions. So closing this bz.