I just bought a WET200 bridge to use at our university, which requires WPA2 compatibility. The settings in the WET200 under firmware v1.0.9 dont seem to have all the requirements, such as PEAP with EAP-MSCHAP v2 authentication, and it asks for an extra "private key password" in addition to the expected UN/PW field our university system looks for under PEAP, so I was going to upgrade the firmware to v1.0.13.
I get the only firmware file from Cisco, which is WET200_v1.0.13-ETSI_200808.img. When using the IE connection, doing the firmware update gives me a "Wrong firmware format!!" error. The instructions at
didnt help as it says exactly what I did. It also conflicts with itself, implying the firmware file is a .bin, then
says it is an .img. In any case, it doesn't upgrade. Any ideas what I am missing? Have a bad unit? Is another firmware file hidden someplace? Its got to be
simple as it shouldn't be any more complicated than using the "Browse" and "Update" buttons!