Broadcom adapters can't connect to 1240AG when using WPA-PSK

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Dec 18th, 2007

I'm having a problem with broadcom adapters not being able to connect to our 1240AG access points when using WPA-PSK. Other manufacture's adapters work just fine.

I have this problem too.
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bcolvin Tue, 12/18/2007 - 21:32

this problem could be old drivers or old chipsets that don't support the new encryption methods. have you gotten the latest drivers from the card manufacturer.

Bill

deanhjohnson Mon, 01/07/2008 - 12:03

Some of the devices having the problem are new systems using the latest drivers and/or chipsets. It's all broadcom adapters that seem to have the problem.

rduke Thu, 01/10/2008 - 05:56

I have to agree with the post about drivers regarding the Broadcom cards since most of my Broadcom problems were fixed with the new drivers. What is the version/date of the drivers you are using.

There is one other possible issue. It has been a long time since I saw this problem so I forget the exact details; however, there was a bug in the 1240 AP which caused client connect issues if you had WEP,TKIP, and AES enabled on the AP. Some clients would connect and others would not. I would not have seen this problem since I ususally don't use WEP, but I had to get one WEP device working and hit this bug.

Randy

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