My Blackberry Storm 2 is able to connect via Wi-Fi (WPA2-Mixed) to either the WAP200/WAP2000 but it is then unable to connect to the Blackberry Enterprise Services (BES). If I replace the WAP200 & WAP2000 with a WAP54G it connects to the WAP easily and establishes a connect to BES easily.
I used an ethernet pack analyer to look at the traffic from the two WAP's (2000/200) and saw that the Cisco ASA-5505 (The router they are connected to) issue an ARP broadcast for the Storm 2's MAC address. The Storm 2 does not respond and the broadcasts continue. The same packet trace on the WAP54G shows the same ARP broadcast but with an associated response from the Storm 2.
I created a temporary work-around by adding a static ARP entry on the ASA-5505 (w/ arp-proxy enabled on the inside interface). Now the Storm 2 connects easily to the WAP200/WAP2000, establishes a connection to the BES and allows full e-mail, browser, etc access on the Storm 2 via Wi-Fi.
It appears that the WAP200/WAP2000 is not forwarding ARP Broadcasts to the Wi-Fi connected Storm 2 or it is not returning the Storm 2's response. Is this is setting issue on the WAP200/WAP2000 or is this a bug?