Aironet 350 in Mac OS9: 128-bit WEP possible?

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Apr 2nd, 2007
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Aftermarket-like, I have acquired a lovely Aironet PCM-352 card complete with the drivers on CD. I installed them with apparent success on my PowerBook G3 which runs OS 9 (OS X no-go due to FireWire issues), but it doesn't allow more than 16 hex digits for the WEP key (40bits). 128 bit is what I need. Cisco.com won't let me download new drivers, apparently since I don't have a TAC contract. Surely there are wiser places than here to post these questions, but:


- Is it possible, with newer drivers, to do 128-bit WEP keys with this model of Aironet card?


- Where to get those drivers, absent spending a grillion dollars for an otherwise useless tech support contract?

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b.hsu Fri, 04/06/2007 - 09:01
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PCMCIA adapter firmware version is V4.25.30 which supports 128 bit encrytpion.

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