Cisco 1310 point to point wireless bridge with WPA2

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Tried using the document provided on the Cisco website to create a point to point wireless bridge and it works fine with WEP encryption, but how do I get the WPA2 encryption to work since WEP is not secure ? I also found a document on the Cisco site about WPA2 encryption but that is directed more to the users that connect to the access point and not for having WPA2 over the bridge connection. Any ideas or sample configurations welcome.

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I have tried doing exactly what you want to do and was unable to get it going. We brought in a consultant who confirmed that the 1310 was not capable of wpa2 and just secured the networks with allowing only the two bridges to connect to each other and not accepting outside connections. Our traffic is already encrypted going over the air so it would be difficult to intercept.

If you came up with another solution I would love to hear it!

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    KarlG... do you sample configs for both 1310 bridges to send me so I can secure both my bridges without using WPA2, i have also opened up a ticket with TAC to get some config to use AES-CCM as the encryption. would be much appreciated if you could help me out.
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