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Does SonicWall wireless work with Macs?

Posted on 2009-05-18
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I plan to set up a secure wireless network for a business that has Macs and Windows PCs.  Are there any compatibility issues between the wireless SonicWall protocols and what Macs need?

Has anyone had any difficulty implementing Macs and SonicWall hardware for wireless applications?
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by:nappy_d
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100%!!!  I use them all day long with various clients and My laptop is a Macbook Pro.

What problems are you having?
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by:splait
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No problems.  I wanted to know before I go out and buy equipment.  I will award points after implementation (in a few days).  Thanks!

What SonicWall models are your clients using?
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They are both using the TZ series. One has the TZ170 and the other is using TZ Wireless.

How many users will be connecting to the Sonicwall?
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by:splait
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Eight.  I don't expect that number to be a problem.

Thanks, again!
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