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WPA2 on Cisco Aeronet 1200?

Posted on 2009-07-11
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Is it possible to configure an Aeronet 1200 to use WPA2 (without a RADIUS server)?
I have logged into the web interface and in order to use WPA2 it wants a RADIUS server, and it's not obvious how to simply enter a WPA key directly.
Am I crazy in wanting to be able to do this?
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Question by:luchianoduckman
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by:naykam
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Can you paste your config? Or a screenshot of the web interface

Im not familiar with the 1200's. Do you have a option for WPA Enterprise/Personal? and the ability to enter a PSK?
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ended up having to do this through the command line.
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