Originally Posted by evilchris
At my house, my wireless works as follows:
Connect to Cisco 1231AG via WPA2/RADIUS. WAP is wired to an interface on my ASA5505 that is in between the outside and inside interfaces in security level. To gain access to the inside wired network, I establish an IPSEC VPN connection to the ASA.
This solution can be considered REAL "Wired Equivalent Privacy".
If someone managed to crack my WPA2 stream, they'd wind up with an AES256 encrypted cipher stream.
LOL, nice setup, but I'm not sure if everyone can afford an ASA for their home. We just got an ASA less than a year ago to replace our PIX at work.