MR33+WPA2-PSK and Apple devices

lskokan
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MR33+WPA2-PSK and Apple devices

I have multiple MR33 devices in my network. I see a lot of authentication issue authenticating from new apple devices if the SID has enabled WPA2-PSK. If there is a SID with open authentication, it all works fine. 

 

Does anybody have an advice why MR33 + WPA2-PSK does not work well with new Apple devices?

 

Thanks

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PhilipDAth
Kind of a big deal

I have used that combination a lot and never had an issue.

 

Any chance there is an old AP also advertising that SSID?

Does Air Marshall show anything interesting?

What about Wireless Health?

Any chance there is an old AP also advertising that SSID?

The SSID is from 3 MR33 APs only. All 3 in my home with overlapping coverage.

 

> Does Air Marshall show anything interesting?

No what I am aware. Block rogue SSIDs, 27 another SSIDs around. Is it too much? 

 

> What about Wireless Health?

50% failed connection because of auth issues (new macs only) 0% issues on Windows, Android, old Macs

0% filed on open SSIDs for all devices

KarstenI
Kind of a big deal

Also no problems that I am aware of. The MR33 is still quite common and WPA2-PSK is probably the authentication that is used most often. I would not expect that the AP or the combination AP with Authentication is the problem.

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