That's it. Details (for anyone interested):
Interestingly, the Cisco AP isn't seeing any MIC failures itself. Instead, it's getting reports of those from various stations; reports properly encrypted in the then-current group key.
On Jul 27, 2004, at 1:03 PM, Michael Rossberg wrote:
the one minute thing can only mean that there was a MIC checksum failure. maybe the cisco and the airport are some how incompatible.
On 27. Jul 2004, at 21:35 Uhr, Bob Cunningham wrote:
While testing a combination of Apple and Cisco access points on a network,
I was running kismac (in passive mode on an iBook), and this strange popup
appeared on several *other* folks' PowerBooks. Several times, on
several different PowerBooks, and yes, the wireless network did appear
to go down (several times) after the message(s) appeared:
I've never seen this before, nor did googling it turn up anything. I strongly doubt kismac triggered it, but I'm not sure ...
Has anyone else seen this? If so, do you know where it's coming from and under what circumstances it's generated?