If WPA-PSK TKIP or AES encryption is enabled, my Spectec SDW-821 SDIO wlan card can not connect to the WAP4410N (h/w "WAP4410N-E V02", f/w 220.127.116.11). If security is off or set to WEP 128 bits (thanks to Cisco's support), connection succeeds
The card worked well with my previous AP Netgear ME-102 (in WEP 128 bits mode) and DLink DWL-G700AP (in WPA PSK TKIP mode).
The AP is not faulty since the other laptops connect successfully, only my pocket PC with the SDIO card fails
I discovered that when the Pocket PC is trying to connect to the AP, it was detected as being connected in the "Wireless Client List" window ("Wireless->Connection Control" menu, then "Wireless Client List" button) - see attached image - but in fact the connection was not established.
So I suspected a DHCP problem and I configured a static IP on the Pocket PC, then on the router, but without success.
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