WPA client for Pocket PC

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Aug 13th, 2007
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Some mayor companies dropped their support on Pocket PC 2003 PDAs and don't deliver the upgrade to WM 2003SE or higher. On this website: http://www.windowsecurity.com/articles/80211i-WPA-RSN-Wi-Fi-Security.html

is a reference to WPA client software for PPC 2003 of Meetinghouse, now Cisco. When I look around on Cisco's website I don't discover any reference to this program. Can someone help me out?

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steve.busby Thu, 08/23/2007 - 10:37
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From http://www.mtghouse.com/index_home.asp it indicates: AEGIS SecureConnect 4.0 is now Cisco Secure Services Client


On Cisco.com > Downloads > Wireless > Client Adapters and Client Software > Cisco Secure Services Client


HTH

Steve


comunica2 Fri, 08/24/2007 - 05:23
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In the indicated article is it says:


"A WPA/802.1x client for Pocket PC 2002/2003 and Palm is available from Meetinghouse"


It does not mention the name of this software. When it really is Cisco Secure Services Client, like you suggested, then apparently it dropped PPC 2003 support, because I see only Windows 2000 and XP versions in the download section. Can you confirm this for me please?


I also saw in te section Mobile Wireless > Cisco Mobile Client, but that empty. Could it be that Cisco dropped it all together when it took over Meetinghouse?

steve.busby Fri, 08/24/2007 - 07:41
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Sorry...I missed this in my earlier post:


http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps7034/prod_eol_notice0900aecd8056b4f2.html


I'm not sure you really have any options left IRT the Meetinghouse AEGIS product. But would the Juniper Networks Odyssey supplicant work?


http://www.juniper.net/products_and_services/aaa_and_802_1x/odyssey/odyssey_access_client/


HTH

Steve

comunica2 Fri, 08/24/2007 - 13:50
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OK, thank you, now I finally know the product name: "Aegis Client". I used it in a search term in Google and found some interesting pages. I encourage others to do the same and with a right combination of other terms you will find your solution in one of the many university sites.

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