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configuring Cisco 1130AG for WPA-PSK

Posted on 2009-05-20
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Hi,

Cisco seem to make their devices extremely difficult to setup for WPA-PSK encryption, can anyone shed light on how to configure this through the GUI?  

The express setup page can't do it without using a radius server, if you set the encryption manually to TKIP or AES CCMP and then enable WPA through the SSID manager, the clients are unable to connect.
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To configure the WPA-PSK, perform these steps using the GUI interface:

   1. In the Encryption Manager window, select cipher TKIP and click Apply.
   2. In the Service Set Identifier (SSID) Manager window, perform these steps:
         1. Create an SSID.
         2. Select Open Authentication.
         3. Set the Key Management to Mandatory.
         4. Check the WPA box.
         5. Enter a WPA-PSK and click Apply.
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Thanks nasirsh, I figured it out eventually by myself. I think the steps you've listed are correct so i'll mark it as the solution.
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