Re: What does error code 13 mean for failed wireless authentication?

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On 7 February 2011 00:47, Debayan Banerjee <debayanin@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I am facing the following problem on my netbook:
>
> "
> Feb  3 17:31:06 nivio-desktop connmand[433]: wlan0 SCANNING
> Feb  3 17:31:06 nivio-desktop connmand[433]: wlan0 scanning started
> Feb  3 17:31:06 nivio-desktop kernel: [  290.993173]
> rtl8192_SetWirelessMode(), wireless_mode:10, bEnableHT = 1
> Feb  3 17:31:06 nivio-desktop kernel: [  290.993186]
> InitializeAdapter8192SE(): Set MRC settings on as default!!
> Feb  3 17:31:06 nivio-desktop kernel: [  290.993193] HW_VAR_MRC: Turn
> on 1T1R MRC!
> Feb  3 17:31:07 nivio-desktop connmand[433]: wlan0 scanning finished
> Feb  3 17:31:07 nivio-desktop kernel: [  292.445553] alg name:WEP
> Feb  3 17:31:07 nivio-desktop kernel: [  292.454507]
> r8192_wx_set_enc_ext() group:1, alg:1, last_pairwise_key_type:0,
> key_len:5
> Feb  3 17:31:07 nivio-desktop connmand[433]: wlan0 ASSOCIATING
> Feb  3 17:31:07 nivio-desktop kernel: [  292.455157]
> set_swcam():EntryNo is 0,KeyIndex is 0,KeyType is 1,is_mesh is 0
> Feb  3 17:31:07 nivio-desktop kernel: [  292.455522] Linking with Corp
> Wireless,channel:6, qos:0, myHT:1, networkHT:0, mode:6
> cur_net.flags:0x406
> Feb  3 17:31:07 nivio-desktop kernel: [  292.455560] Linking with Corp
> Wireless,channel:6, qos:0, myHT:1, networkHT:0, mode:6
> cur_net.flags:0x406
> Feb  3 17:31:07 nivio-desktop kernel: [  292.457493]
> rtllib_associate_procedure_wq(), chan:6
> Feb  3 17:31:07 nivio-desktop kernel: [  292.457505]
> HTSetConnectBwMode():pHTInfo->bCurBW40MHz:0
> Feb  3 17:31:09 nivio-desktop kernel: [  292.489203] Authentication
> respose status code 0xd
>
> "
> It simply fails to authenticate. Can someone tell me what is happening
> here, and what is this status code 0xd?
> This is on kernel 2.6.32.


Ok I can see at
http://www.cs.fsu.edu/~baker/devices/lxr/http/diff/linux/include/net/ieee80211.h?v=2.6.25;diffval=2.6.25.8;diffvar=v
 that error code 13 probably means WLAN_STATUS_NOT_SUPPORTED_AUTH_ALG.
The kernel log shows WEP as the authentication algorithm and there are
WEP authenticated networks to which we can successfully connect.


-- 
Debayan Banerjee
Software Engineer
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