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Bonnie Noel

EAP-SIM support in APs really isn't an issue, since even cheapie ones, like the Linksys WRT54G, support 802.1X and RADIUS. The AP is agnostic when it comes to the EAP method being used, since all the AP just forwards the access request to the RADIUS server (which does need to speak EAP-SIM).
IPSec support of devices is an issue, however. My experience on Nokia Eseries with 3rd-party clients is that they're more trouble than they're worth. A properly integrated client would be swell.

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