Sunday, February 24, 2008

Mad card

During my "add network" testing, I screwed up the command a couple of times by putting the network key in the wrong place. This effectively put random gunk in the "key length" field and caused all sorts of fun. The card got a bit warm and eventually, I got this in the logs:

[08:51] IEEE 802.1X RX: version=1 type=3 length=95
[08:51] EAPOL-Key type=254
[08:51] WPA: RX message 1 of 4-Way Handshake from 00:11:95:18:... (ver=1)
[08:51] WPA: Sending EAPOL-Key 2/4
[08:53] Disconnected from WLAN (reason = 4).
[08:53] Done scanning for new photos. Uploads not pending.
[08:53] EAPOL-Key type=254
[08:54] Done scanning for all photos. Uploads not pending.
[08:54] Connection dropped (previous state is 2)
[08:54] Connecting to WLAN "bcdefghijkl"...
[00:00] Eye-Fi firmware 1.0741 Feb 15 2008 17:13:41 started, hardware revision 1, 2016768/32768 KB storage.
[00:00] Card was reset due to an exception or assertion failure at PC = 0x800029f4. Dump saved.
[00:03] 11216 bytes allocated, 34524 bytes free (34524 bytes largest)
[00:03] Card is in online and desktop transfer mode (timestamp 1203796494).
I wonder if it needs a bit more sanity checking when it is parsing network add data. Although, I can't really fault it for having trouble when I poke basically random data into it. It's really cool that it does recover so nicely.

In any case, I do have add network working quite reliably now.

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