I am trying to find a wireless bridge that can be used to connect clients that do not have a native wireless radio to the wireless infrastructure. For example, some of our medical devices only have serial ports, so a serial->wifi bridge would be beneficial. Others only an ethernet port, so a ethernet->wifi bridge would be useful.
There are plenty of SOHO grade bridges out there, but nothing enterprise grade that supports WPA/TKIP and PEAP standards that we use. The one I do have, ProCurve M111, is proving very unreliable and I need to find something else.
Can anyone reccommend such a device. Either one that does both serial and ethernet or separate devices for each function.
The inability to find such a product is limiting the number of device that we can put on our WLAN.