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Finding affordable access points that support PEAP

In Hardening Windows Systems (Chapter 1), you recommend using PEAP to secure wireless networks. I've been having trouble finding affordable access points that support PEAP. Can you suggest several that you've tried?
I don't know what you mean by affordable. Cisco, Netgear, D-Link... just about everyone who makes wireless access points makes a model that can do PEAP. Prices range from a couple of hundred dollars on up. That seems pretty affordable to me for even a small business or serious home user. The more expensive models are meant for larger business applications. It is my policy not to recommend a particular brand name.

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Wireless LAN roaming ITKnowledge Exchange member "benbje" wanted to know how to set up a wireless LAN so his client could move between access points and not lose connectivity; fellow techies jumped in on the conversation and helped out. Here is a portion of the conversation. Read the rest of the thread.

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