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Cisco ACU 6.2 support for WPA-PSK

I'm trying to set up my 350 Series AP (12.2.13.JA1) to support WPA-PSK.

My linksys card successfully uses WPA-PSK with the 350 AP, but my Cisco PCM-352 does not seem to have a place to enter a pre-shared key.

Anyone else run into this? Is there a workaround?

I've also tried unsuccessfully to use the LEAP-WPA option, using the 350 AP as a local radius server. Plain LEAP works fine, but LEAP-WPA does not.

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Re: Cisco ACU 6.2 support for WPA-PSK

You need a supplicant in order to use WPA-PSK with your PCM-352 and ACU. The documentation suggests two of them if I recall... they are priced around $40 per client.

I have not been able to use LEAP with WPA with the AP as local authenticator either. (previous post)

I am in the process of setting up PEAP using Windows XP and the MS WPA patch for it. No supplicant needed for that and I will not be using ACU in this scenario. I will post back when I get it to work.

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