problem for autication auth and de-auth

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I just upgraded my AP firmware, then I got following error message very often and my wifi client got de_auth every 3-5 mins.

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(974)Sta(at if=wifi1.2) is de-authenticated because of notification of driver
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Is this with an Intel 7260?

If so, can you ensure that you have the latest driver both for WiFi and Bluetooth that is available directly from Intel.

This is, at the time of writing, 17.14.0 for Wireless, 17.1.1411.01 for Bluetooth (separate downloads).
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Hi

I got errors as below, I have no ideas the reasons?

02/26/2015 09:48:45 AM  5C514F8B69FB  9C5D120A5025  AH-0a5000    BASIC   (88)Sta(at if=wifi1.2) is de-authenticated because of notification of driver
02/26/2015 09:48:56 AM  5C514F8B69FB  9C5D120A5025  AH-0a5000    BASIC   (269)Rx auth <open> (frame 1, rssi -79dB)
02/26/2015 09:48:56 AM  5C514F8B69FB  9C5D120A5025  AH-0a5000    BASIC   (269)Rx auth <open> (frame 1, rssi -79dB)
02/26/2015 09:48:56 AM  5C514F8B69FB  9C5D120A5025  AH-0a5000    BASIC   (270)Tx auth <open> (frame 2, status 0, pwr 13dBm)
02/26/2015 09:48:56 AM  5C514F8B69FB  9C5D120A5025  AH-0a5000    BASIC   (270)Tx auth <open> (frame 2, status 0, pwr 13dBm)
02/26/2015 09:48:56 AM  5C514F8B69FB  9C5D120A5025  AH-0a5000    BASIC   (271)Rx assoc req (rssi -80dB)
02/26/2015 09:48:56 AM  5C514F8B69FB  9C5D120A5025  AH-0a5000    BASIC   (271)Rx assoc req (rssi -80dB)
02/26/2015 09:48:56 AM  5C514F8B69FB  9C5D120A5025  AH-0a5000    BASIC   (272)Tx assoc resp <accept> (status 0, pwr 13dBm)
02/26/2015 09:48:56 AM  5C514F8B69FB  9C5D120A5025  AH-0a5000    BASIC   (272)Tx assoc resp <accept> (status 0, pwr 13dBm)
02/26/2015 09:48:56 AM  5C514F8B69FB  9C5D120A5025  AH-0a5000    INFO    (273)WPA-PSK auth is starting (at if=wifi1.2)
02/26/2015 09:48:56 AM  5C514F8B69FB  9C5D120A5025  AH-0a5000    INFO    (273)WPA-PSK auth is starting (at if=wifi1.2)
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(278)PTK is set (at if=wifi1.2)
02/26/2015 09:48:56 AM  5C514F8B69FB  9C5D120A5025  AH-0a5000    INFO    (278)PTK is set (at if=wifi1.2)
02/26/2015 09:48:56 AM  5C514F8B69FB  9C5D120A5025  AH-0a5000    BASIC   (279)Authentication is successfully finished (at if=wifi1.2)
02/26/2015 09:48:56 AM  5C514F8B69FB  9C5D120A5025  AH-0a5000    BASIC   (279)Authentication is successfully finished (at if=wifi1.2)
02/26/2015 09:48:56 AM  5C514F8B69FB  9C5D120A5025  AH-0a5000    INFO    (280)station sent out DHCP DISCOVER message
02/26/2015 09:48:56 AM  5C514F8B69FB  9C5D120A5025  AH-0a5000    INFO    (280)station sent out DHCP DISCOVER message
02/26/2015 09:48:56 AM  5C514F8B69FB  9C5D120A5025  AH-0a5000    INFO   
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 (887)station sent out DHCP DISCOVER message
02/26/2015 09:57:07 AM  5C514F8B69FB  9C5D120A5025  AH-0a5000    INFO    (888)DHCP server sent out DHCP OFFER message to station
02/26/2015 09:57:30 AM  5C514F8B69FB  9C5D120A5025  AH-0a5000    BASIC   (974)Sta(at if=wifi1.2) is de-authenticated because of notification of driver
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So, 5C:51:4F is an OUI assigned to Intel Corporate - so it is Intel Wi-Fi.

Can you do as I suggest and get the driver up-to-date on the client to see if this resolves the issue? Is it an Intel 7260 like I suspected?

You may want to try Intel's Driver Update Utility: http://www.intel.com/p/en_US/support/detect
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I will try it. do you mean the Intel 7260 driver conflict with Aerohive authentication?
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Yes, because of bugs in the Intel driver.
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Really. It is interesting. thanks Nick
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I just recently noticed that the configuration for one of my PSK SSIDs did not survive the software upgrade to the latest version on my AP230s, leading to unusual auth failures. Re-pushing a full config solved the problem.
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Any luck with the bugs with driver updates?  (I can't call it a driver with bugs because there are more bugs than driver...).

It seems that Lenovo (nee IBM) is rolling-out only the 7260-AC cards now.  Seems that Intel hasn't focused much on the driver and still continues to have issues.
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I am getting the same errors with Samsung Chromebooks, but I can't seem to find any update for the drivers for my specific model.
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Mark Howell

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I am getting the same error with iphone 6
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Have you looked in the Events log for any entries that could explain this?  For example:

  • Excessive re-transmits
  • Interfaces restarting
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I see both of these things in hivemanager. What does this mean?
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Which version of HiveOS are you running?
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For the 121 APs we are on HiveOS 6.4r1g.2138.  Unfortunately upgrading them to the latest hive OS caused major issues. We have a handful of 130s that are on 6.6 and a stack of BR 100s on HiveOS 6.5r3 Honolulu.2530.


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We had issues with the AP121s from 6.4 to 6.5r3a.  The flapping wifi interfaces was resolved with the 6.5r4 firmware but we had to reboot the AP121 access points before applying the new firmware to free up memory.