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cdavis
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What is disconnected, decided to deauth: reserved (0)

Sat Oct 27, 2007 4:06 am

What is a more thorough definition of disconnected, decided to deauth: reserved (0)?



Oct 26 19:31:26 66.158.169.74 wireless,info 00:02:6F:30:46:52@wlan5: disconnected, decided to deauth: reserved (0)
Oct 26 19:31:26 66.158.169.74 wireless,info 00:02:6F:34:1E:DF@wlan5: disconnected, decided to deauth: reserved (0)
Oct 26 19:31:26 66.158.169.74 wireless,info 00:02:6F:34:1D:B6@wlan5: disconnected, decided to deauth: reserved (0)
Oct 26 19:31:26 66.158.169.74 wireless,info 00:06:25:AC:F9:C7@wlan5: disconnected, decided to deauth: reserved (0)
Oct 26 19:31:26 66.158.169.74 wireless,info 00:09:0A:05:81:7E@wlan5: disconnected, decided to deauth: reserved (0)
Oct 26 19:31:26 66.158.169.74 wireless,info 00:02:6F:34:1F:35@wlan5: disconnected, decided to deauth: reserved (0)
Oct 26 19:31:26 66.158.169.74 wireless,info 00:02:6F:32:37:D9@wlan5: disconnected, decided to deauth: reserved (0)
Oct 26 19:31:26 66.158.169.74 wireless,info 00:09:0A:05:80:31@wlan5: disconnected, decided to deauth: reserved (0)
Oct 26 19:31:26 66.158.169.74 wireless,info 00:02:6F:34:1E:D3@wlan5: disconnected, decided to deauth: reserved (0)
Oct 26 19:31:26 66.158.169.74 wireless,info 00:02:6F:34:67:B6@wlan5: disconnected, decided to deauth: reserved (0)
Oct 26 19:31:27 66.158.169.74 wireless,info 00:02:6F:34:67:C0@wlan5: disconnected, decided to deauth: reserved (0)
Oct 26 19:31:29 66.158.169.74 wireless,info 00:02:6F:3B:F8:31@wlan5: disconnected, decided to deauth: reserved (0)
Oct 26 19:31:31 66.158.169.74 wireless,info 00:06:25:AC:D9:0C@wlan5: disconnected, decided to deauth: reserved (0)
Oct 26 19:32:15 66.158.169.74 wireless,info 00:15:6D:63:3C:67@wlan5: disconnected, inactivity
Oct 26 19:32:19 66.158.169.74 wireless,info 00:02:6F:3A:24:AA@wlan5: disconnected, inactivity
Oct 26 19:32:19 66.158.169.74 wireless,info 00:09:0A:05:81:03@wlan5: disconnected, inactivity
Oct 26 19:32:20 66.158.169.74 wireless,info 00:02:6F:3A:B6:09@wlan5: disconnected, inactivity
Oct 26 19:32:22 66.158.169.74 wireless,info 00:15:6D:63:3C:13@wlan5: disconnected, inactivity
Oct 26 19:32:22 66.158.169.74 wireless,info 00:02:6F:3B:F7:8E@wlan5: disconnected, inactivity
Oct 26 19:32:24 66.158.169.74 wireless,info 00:19:3B:10:17:9A@wlan5: disconnected, inactivity
Oct 26 19:32:24 66.158.169.74 wireless,info 00:02:6F:38:0D:3C@wlan5: disconnected, inactivity
Oct 26 19:32:25 66.158.169.74 wireless,info 00:05:9E:84:04:29@wlan5: disconnected, inactivity
 
jonashi
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Re: What is disconnected, decided to deauth: reserved (0)

Sat Oct 27, 2007 7:00 pm

please be more specific
is client RouterOS based?
Which autentification algorithm you are using?
Which version of RouterOS you are runing?

I have had similar troubles using WPA/WPA2 with non Mikrotik clients.

Nonetheless, :reserved (0) parameter isnt really described at page http://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Wireless_Debug_Logs :-)
 
cdavis
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Re: What is disconnected, decided to deauth: reserved (0)

Sat Oct 27, 2007 8:35 pm

RB532A
MT 2.9.48
Most of those clients are CB3, some are Deliberant radios and two WET11. There are also a few MT clients with xr2, sr2, and 2511.
 
jonashi
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Re: What is disconnected, decided to deauth: reserved (0)

Sun Oct 28, 2007 12:18 pm

are mikrotik based devices affected by this problem too?
what kind of wireless authentification do you use?
WPA/WPA2 wasnt working good for me with non MT clients so I had to switch back to WEP, all similar troubles disappeared then. My MT clients running on Atheros chipsets only and work with WPA/WPA2 great.
 
cdavis
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Re: What is disconnected, decided to deauth: reserved (0)

Sun Oct 28, 2007 2:25 pm

Yes, every client is disconnected until I stop and restart the wireless card. I am doing radius authentication and no encryption. There are about 60 clients off of this POP.

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