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Old 10-28-2009, 04:28 AM   #1
hkothari
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wpa_supplicant Spends Long Time Assiociated and Group_Handshake


I use wpa_supplicant to connect to my wireless network, but in order to dhcpcd it, I need the status to be Completed, so I check with `wpa_cli status` or wpa_gui, but the problem is it often takes more than 5 minutes to cycle through Associated and Group_Handshake before the connection is completed. Is there something I'm not telling it to do which I should? or is my connection just really slow? I dual boot on windows and I'm able to connect in seconds, so I'm guessing I just need to tell it to do something.
 
  


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