Joe's new laptop is experiencing difficulty connecting to ABC Company's 802.11 WLAN using 802.1X/EAP PEAPv0. The company's wireless network administrator assured Joe that his laptop was authorized in the WIPS management console for connectivity to ABC's network before it was given to him. The WIPS termination policy includes alarms for rogue stations, rogue APs, DoS attacks and unauthorized roaming. What is a likely reason that Joe cannot connect to the network?
The following numbered items show some of the contents of each of the four frames exchanged during the 4-way handshake.
* Encrypted GTK sent
* Confirmation of temporal key installation
* ANonce sent from authenticator to supplicant
* SNonce sent from supplicant to authenticator, MIC included
Arrange the frames in the correct sequence beginning with the start of the 4-way handshake.
You are the WLAN administrator in your organization and you are required to monitor the network and ensure all active WLANs are providing RSNs. You have a laptop protocol analyzer configured. In what frame could you see the existence or non-existence of proper RSN configuration parameters for each BSS through the RSN IE?