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  Securing AirPort Extreme Networks with WPA
Subject:   WPA and WDS
Date:   2004-01-28 07:31:57
From:   bbrazell
Response to: WPA and WDS

I an yet another who can't get my Mac with OS 10.3.2 to connect to our Cisco Corp. WLAN. If we change the TKIP setting from "Cisco" to None, it works, but I thought that the Airport should support TKIP.


I would hope that someone from Apple or Cisco would address this issue. Especially Apple, who could greatly benefit from adding more Macs to corporate environments.


I know it hasn't been long since the previous post, but has anyone had any success?

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  • WPA and WDS
    2004-08-18 10:43:55  nriley [View]

    Many months later, we're having this problem; we didn't disable TKIP to test, but I can associate with WEP networks from the same Cisco Aironet 1200 APs.

    Anyone heard anything about this? The WEP networks in this building are going away in a couple of months...
  • WPA and WDS
    2004-01-29 15:09:18  figar [View]

    My understanding is that when you turn TKIP off you're essentially turning off WPA encryption. I logged a TAC job with Cisco and they basically cannot confirm or deny the compatibility of Apple extreme clients on cisco base stations. I've also logged a job with Apple and can let you know of the outcome...