I have installed a WET200 to connect two printers to my wireless network (replacing two WP54G Print Servers), and bridge to a WAG325N Wireless-N ADSL2+ Gateway.
Previously I was using WEP, but intended to upgrade to WPA or WPA2.
I can get all equipment to communicate fine via WEP.
I can also get everything other than the WRT200 (two laptops, two PDAs) to communicate with the WAG325N Gateway via WPA or WPA2.
But I can't get the WET200 to talk to the WAG325N.
I've updated the firmware on the WET200 to 1.0.12 and powered off/on.
I'm sure the WPA passphase is correct (cut & past from file).
I can see from other threads that there are some known problems in this area linking to other manufacturers, but mine are both Linksys.
Anybody got some ideas of what else I should be checking for or settings I might have missed?
I see the wag325n is a adsl/router combo with wireless. One option would be get a adsl modem and use a small business class wireless n router, like the wrvs4400n. Or just get a small business wireless access point and have it connect to the bridge ( that would be the easiest solution). That way you could keep the wag325n and would be able to utilize the wpa or wpa2 security of a small business class access point. Some access points would be the wap200, wap210, wap4400n, or the wap4410n.
The issue is that you are attempting to connect a small business product to a consumer product. Typically they don't match up. I have set these up with consumer products and have to work with what security i can get the device to lock in with. Most of the time it is wep or none.
After you did the firmware upgrade on the wet200 did you do a factory. If not, do a factory reset of the bridge and reconfigure it. Then see if it will connect up.