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Sep 15th, 2009
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I have a AIR-AP1220-IOS-UPGRD and am wondering if there is a upgraded firmware or IOS that gives it the ability to do WPA/WPA2 encryption. We are trying to get PCi compliant and if these AP's can not do that then I will need to buy new ones.


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Lucien Avramov Tue, 09/15/2009 - 11:57
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I will try to cover here 1220 and other ones:

WPA2/AES is supported on all 1240s in all versions.

As far as 1200s - AKA 1220/1230 (don't recall any "1210") - whether or

not they are physically capable of doing AES, hinges on what radios you

have installed in them. You need to have the 11g radio and/or the new

11a radio installed, not the 11b radio or the old 11a radio. (Sorry,

don't know part #s of the top of my head.)

As far as required code ... any aIOS or WLC code on CCO will support


smicale Wed, 09/16/2009 - 03:02
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How do I tell what radio I have in them from the Web interface? I know I did upgrade the radios years ago to the 802.11G radio. If that is the right radio then when I go to the Security section of the radio I have turned on WEP with TKIP 40bit and AES+CCM. Is that considered WPA/WPA2?


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