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HP 9.0.2.31 Wireless Drivers - Flaky with WPA

Most of my users use HP laptops on the wireless driver version 9.0.2.31, which is supposed to be very stable. They are very stable when doing static WEP, but at work we're using WPA with TKIP, using the Microsoft wireless client. And when doing WPA, the stability is greatly decreased - users experience frequent changes in data rates and eventual drops. The connection gets re-established and the same thing happens all over again.

Is anyone else experiencing this issue?

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Re: HP 9.0.2.31 Wireless Drivers - Flaky with WPA

I've been seeing the same thing on Toshiba Protege WPA/TKIP/PEAP with the same driver version (Intel 2200BG). Performance and RSSI drops to -92db, even though laptops in the same office with Cisco 350 are showing -60db. I haven't been able to track it down yet. The clients are XP2 and the AP1200 are controlled via LWAPP/WLC 3.2.116.21.

Re: HP 9.0.2.31 Wireless Drivers - Flaky with WPA

At least Intel has recognised the problem with the 2200BG cards. The new driver is coming soon see below:

http://support.intel.com/support/wireless/wlan/sb/cs-022509.htm

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Re: HP 9.0.2.31 Wireless Drivers - Flaky with WPA

I had the same problem. Intel has now released the driver and it has seemed to fixed the issues so far.

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