Cisco 1130AG with a WPA2-PSK - Mac OS X will not work

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We're working on setting up a wireless network in our building, we're putting in Cisco 1130AG Access Points. Everything's working alright with Windows XP and Vista but we can't get OS X to work. I've read in some forums that a release for 10.4.9 something came out that screwed up these wireless connections. I've also read that there were problems with Apple products and Cisco wireless products that Cisco corrected. Can someone please help me out with what to do to configure the access points or any fixes I should be looking for?

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irisrios Fri, 01/11/2008 - 10:08

Try upgrading the firmware of Mac OS client because sometimes payload-encapsulation happens to be an issue.

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