Cisco 1522 compatibility with 802.11 clients

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Feb 26th, 2009
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I am able to pass traffic with my ISP 1522 using a specially configured autonomous 1310 client radio. But I have tried several other 802.11b client radios which associate but will not pass traffic. Also 1522 will not pass traffic with Cisco 1242 or 1232 autonomous radios. Using 128 bit WEP encryption. Can someone please help my with this?

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Stephen Rodriguez Thu, 02/26/2009 - 16:59
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I would need to see the configs to be sure, but on the WLC, are you set for 128key or the 104key? In the WLC world, you want to be set for the 104K, 104 + 24 IV = 128.



olympicridge Fri, 02/27/2009 - 10:19
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Hi Steve,

Thanks for your reply. It appears that I can only set the 1310 client WEP to 64 or 128 bit. What if I try WPA-PSK TKIP? I have attached the config file of the 1310.

Stephen Rodriguez Fri, 02/27/2009 - 10:26
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you could do WPA/TKIP if you wanted. What I was trying to get earlier, was on the WLC, you can set 50, 104, and 128 for the WEP size. On the WLAN, you want to use the 104 setting, not the 128 setting.

olympicridge Fri, 02/27/2009 - 12:39
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Thanks again Steve.

So if I have the ISP set the WLC to a 104 bit WEP key on the 1522 will that be compatible with the 128 bit (has only 64 and 128) setting on the 1310 Client radio?


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