1120 802.11b radios and WPA

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Oct 23rd, 2008

Can anyone confirm that an 1120 series with an 802.11b only radio can do WPA. This unit is EOL and I can only find specs for a 802.11g unit.

If so what is there a recommended IOS level?

thanks

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jeff.kish Thu, 10/23/2008 - 13:55

Unfortunately, Cisco 802.11b radios do not support WPA-AES. Since it's an 1120, you also cannot upgrade the access point, so it seems you're stuck without it.

Now, it should be able to do WPA-TKIP, and upgrading to the newest version of code should do the trick. I'm not sure what version started supporting it, though.

dunay Thu, 10/23/2008 - 15:33

I assumed it should do WPA and not WPA2 I just can't find valid confirmation on this.

thanks

MATTHEW BALYUZI Fri, 10/24/2008 - 06:33

The 802.11b radio can only do WPA as it has no AES support on the radio module.

There was an upgrade kit to support 802.11g, this does do WPA2/AES as well as multiple BSSIDs.

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