PSK mismatch problem again?

hi,

is it possible to remove that kind of problem?
thanks

daemon.notice hostapd: wl1-ap0: STA-OPMODE-MAX-BW-CHANGED 70:48:f7:xxxxxx
Sun May  7 14:52:27 2023 daemon.notice hostapd: wl1-ap0: STA-OPMODE-N_SS-CHANGED 70:48:f7
Sun May  7 14:52:27 2023 daemon.info hostapd: wl1-ap0: STA 70:48:f7 IEEE 802.11: associated (aid 5)
Sun May  7 14:52:27 2023 daemon.notice hostapd: wl1-ap0: AP-STA-POSSIBLE-PSK-MISMATCH 70:48:f7
Sun May  7 14:52:28 2023 daemon.notice hostapd: wl1-ap0: AP-STA-POSSIBLE-PSK-MISMATCH 70:48:f7
Sun May  7 14:52:29 2023 daemon.notice hostapd: wl1-ap0: AP-STA-POSSIBLE-PSK-MISMATCH 70:48:f7
Sun May  7 14:52:30 2023 daemon.notice hostapd: wl1-ap0: AP-STA-POSSIBLE-PSK-MISMATCH 70:48:f7
Sun May  7 14:52:36 2023 daemon.info hostapd: wl1-ap0: STA 70:48:f7 IEEE 802.11: deauthenticated due to local deauth request

Yes, try giving your Nintendo device the correct Pre Shared Key.

Hope this helps.

A station is trying to connect to your network but failing because it is using the wrong key. This is generally harmless. If it is a device that you control, you can reconfigure it with the correct key, or delete the network from its configuration so it stops trying to connect.

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The MAC address in the log can shed some light about which device it is, you'll at least get the manufacturer of the radio.

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It did in my research:

It said Nintendo on lookup.

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That should narrow it down substantially, most people don't own a ton of Nintendo devices.

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