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WPA/WPA-PSK available for a ton of DLINK routers

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Mar 26, 2003
North America
Might have already been posted, so I apolgize in advance... But I just realized that my DI-614+ now has WPA support in a firmware update. DLink has a list of all their WPA devices at this url: http://support.dlink.com/faq/view.asp?prod_id=1401

WindowsXP needs one of the optional Microsoft updates in order to use WPA functionality, plus your driver needs to support it too (for obvious reasons). I've updated my Centrino-based Thinkpad R50 and my DLINK DWL650-based Thinkpad 600E at home and both are working great now with my new WPA-PSK setup. :)

Just thought I'd pass this along...