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Airport card conectivity to a Cisco Aironet 1200

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Do anyone know if a Apple Airport card can connect to a cisco aironet 1200. If so, can it be setup security? I got a mandate to setup a rebust wireless network that will work with MAC OS X and Windows. OF course, the VP and the CEO use MAC...

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Yes- no problem. Make sure that you have a b or g radio installed.
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