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We have a wireless network set up to support WPA or WPA2 with AES or TKIP encryption and EAP-PEAP authentication. Users are wanting to connect devices that don't have the ability to do EAP-PEAP but have ethernet ports. I have found a wireless printer server that can do this, but I have yet to find a wireless ethernet adapter that can. Has anyone seen one with this ability?

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I seemed to have found some that can do what I want according to the specs, but I can't confirm them in real world use.

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The HP Procurve 210 wireless bridge should do what you want.

Edit: There are also the 220 & 230 models in the same range.

Also many home/small business broadband wireless routers have a bridge/repeater mode.

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I haven't found any documentation showing that the Procurve 210, 220, or 230 work as a bridge. – Joseph Nov 6 '09 at 17:31

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