I am running into some confusion when trying to explicitly describe the group $^{2}\!A_3''$ (using the naming convention that Tits gives in his Corvallis notes). If anyone can give me any advice, I would greatly appreciate it.

**Set-up:** Let $k$ is a non-Archimedian local field with:
\begin{align*}
\mathfrak o&=\text{ring of integers in $k$}\\
\mathfrak p&=\text{$\mathfrak o \pi$ the maximal ideal in $\mathfrak o$}\\
\mathfrak f&=\text{$\mathfrak o/\mathfrak p$ the residue field of $k$}\\
\end{align*}
Let $K/k$ be a maximal unramified extension with:
\begin{align*}
\mathfrak O&=\text{ring of integers in $K$}\\
\mathfrak P&=\text{$\mathfrak O\pi$ the maximal ideal in $\mathfrak O$}\\
\mathfrak F&=\text{$\mathfrak O/\mathfrak P$ the residue field of $K$}\\
\end{align*}
I will denote by $F$ the Frobenius automorphism which cyclically generates ${\rm Gal}(K/k)\cong{\rm Gal}(\mathfrak F/\mathfrak f)$.

**The group:** I will be constructing the group $^{2}\!A_3''$ via Galois decent from the group $G={\rm SL}_4(K)$. Let $I$ be the standard Iwahori subgroup of $G$
$$
I=\begin{bmatrix}\mathfrak O&\mathfrak O&\mathfrak O&\mathfrak O\\\mathfrak P&\mathfrak O&\mathfrak O&\mathfrak O\\\mathfrak P&\mathfrak P&\mathfrak O&\mathfrak O\\\mathfrak P&\mathfrak P&\mathfrak P&\mathfrak O\end{bmatrix}\cap G
$$
We want to give an action of ${\rm Gal}(K/k)$ on $G$, giving rise to a $k$-structure. Moreover, I will choose my ${\rm Gal}(K/k)$-action so that it leaves stable the Iwahori subgroup $I$. For this, I will let the Frobenius automorphism $F$ act on $G$ via
$$
F:X\mapsto Q^{-1}(^{t}\!X^F)^{-1}Q\qquad\text{with }Q=\begin{bmatrix}1\\&&&1/\pi\\&&1/\pi\\&1/\pi\end{bmatrix},
$$
where $^{t}[x_{ij}]^F=[F(x_{ji})]$. Sure enough, the Iwahori subgroup $I$ is preserved by this action, since $F$ permutes the corresponding simple affine root groups of $G$:
$$
F\begin{bmatrix}1&x\\&1\\&&1\\&&&1\end{bmatrix}=\begin{bmatrix}1\\&1\\&&1\\-\pi F(x)&&&1\end{bmatrix}
$$
and
$$
F\begin{bmatrix}1\\&1&x\\&&1\\&&&1\end{bmatrix}=\begin{bmatrix}1\\&1\\&&1&-F(x)\\&&&1\end{bmatrix}
$$
If I understand things correctly, the fixed point group $G^F$ should be the group $^{2}\!A_3''$ given in Tits' Corvallis table.

**My Confusion:** My confusion comes from the definition of the/an Iwahori subgroup of $G^F$. On one hand, it would make sense to me that I would define the fixed point group $I^F$ to be the Iwahori subgroup of $G^F$. But on the other hand, it would also make sense that the Iwahori subgroup of $G^F$ is the stabilizer of the appropriate alcove in the apartment of $G^F$. Unfortunately, these two objects do not appear to coincide. In particular, if we consider the matrix
$$
g=\begin{bmatrix}
a&&b\\&1\\-\pi F(b)&&F(a)\\&&&1
\end{bmatrix}
$$
with $a,b\in K$ such that $a\,F(a)+\pi b\, F(b)=1$ and $F^2(a)=a$ and $F^2(b)=b$. Therefore $g\in G^F$. We have that this $g$ stabilizes the fundamental alcove of $G^F$, but $g$ belongs to $I^F$ only if $a,b\in\mathfrak O$.

*If anything is unclear or you would like me to provide any more information, let me know. I'd be happy to.*