Originally Posted by blackhawk375
Sorry if I sounded unappreciative in my previous post. I am very grateful for the help and you obviously know much more about this issue than I do. I was only going off of what I've been told by our IT manager. I do think I have found a solution just under $100 from Dlink. The DWL-3150:http://www.dlink.com/products/?pid=569
Amazon.com has it listed for just under $100 with shipping.
Again... I really appreciate the help you have provided!
No problen blackhawk, I understand your concern.
Again I'm pretty sure the 'Enterprise' in WPA2 Enterprise (or WPA Enterprise) only refers to the Fact that the Wireless Access Point can support unique user identification by referencing an access control list of user id's and passwords on a RADIUS server (instead of having to use a pre-hared password/passphrase for all client devices)
If you're only going to be using the device in client or bridge mode (and not as an access point itself) the 'Enterprise' shouldn't matter, any WPA2 compatible device should do.
Either way I'm sure the D-Link should work fine, the important thing is you feel more comfortable with it. And if you should ever want to create your own wireless access point and use a RADIUS server for client authentication...you're all set