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Topic # 86067 30-Jun-2011 13:52
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I,m currently using wep. A lot of my devices have as well as wep, wpa and wpa2 which I think would be more secure.

The linksys doesn't match with those options though, it has wpa professinal and enterpirise, only my ipad has enterprise. Others including tivo just have wpa, and wpa2 without any following words.

Is wpa professinal the same as wpa? Or do I need to upgrade firmware, bit scared doing this as other then encryption format router doing everything I want it to do.

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  Reply # 487934 30-Jun-2011 16:05
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I set it up as wpa2 professional, tkip+aes on router.

On devices though only works if set wpa1, tkip. Guess it's probably better then wep.

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