Steps to reproduce: 1. set AP as WPA2 PSK authentication type; 2. go into wifi and search the AP of this server. Expected results: The access point encryption is WPA2 PSK. Actual results: the encryption of the access point is recongnized as WPA-PSK
Hi Vincent, Could you check it for us please? Thank you.
Why is this blocking? The user will log into a network whether it says WPA or WPA2.
(In reply to Lucas Adamski from comment #3) > Why is this blocking? The user will log into a network whether it says WPA > or WPA2. tef? agree with comment 3. also confirmed with vchang that user will still be able to connect to the wifi access point successfully if the password is correct. this is more of a display issue. End user impact is low here. Only the Wifi access point administrator will notice something wrong here
I think this is a duplicate of 833236 as it has *exactly* the same description.
by the way, I don't think we should block on this one. Michael?
I don't see a need to block on this. Firefox_Mozilla, please let us know if you disagree and why. tef- for now.
OK, if it do not be reported by certification test. It can solve later.
this is also present in FFOS 1.3