Hi All, new to the wireless world, I have a config that a co-worker that swears works to enable WPA-PSK on the WAP heres what he laid out for me:
dot11 ssid SUSD-LAB
authentication key-management wpa
wpa-psk ascii fakepassword
encryption mode ciphers aes-ccm tkip
Unfortunately it seems that aes is not an option on the 1120. When I substitute the "aes-ccm" for "tkip wep128" I get the following statement from the WAP:
"WPA mandatory key mgmt requires TKIP only no WEP delete key mgmt under ssid before changing cipher"
Any suggestions I have configured this offsite so I have not have a chance to see if this will still work.
You should also eliminate the infrastructure command under the SSID. Not a big deal, but you don't need that unless you're planning to perform bridging connections with this AP.
You can perform both TKIP and WEP, but it's not recommended since this provides a backdoor into your wireless network. The only reason you should do that is if you have clients that only support WEP.
Other than that, just do what Gerald says.