Companies with CCX-certified products are listed on Cisco's Web site, and Intel is not among them. Several vendors that sell laptops with Intel Centrino do have CCX-certified products, including Acer, Dell, Fujitsu, HP, IBM, and Toshiba. Your Dell X300 is not among the Dell Latitude notebook models that have been CCX-certified. However, Dell does have a CCX-compatible network driver update posted on their Web site that applies to the X300. You might want to give that update a try to see if it adds LEAP supplicant software to your laptop.
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