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FAQ-Why Cannot a STA Associate with an AP When the Radio Type Is Set to Pure 802.11n and the Encryption Mode Is Set to WEP

Publication Date:  2015-05-06  |   Views:  556  |   Downloads:  0  |   Document ID:  EKB1000075955

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Issue Description

Why Cannot a STA Associate with an AP When the Radio Type Is Set to Pure 802.11n and the Encryption Mode Is Set to WEP?

Solution


WEP is insecure, so 802.11n does not support WEP encryption.

When the radio type is set to pure 802.11n, the following encryption modes are supported:
  • open
  • wpa-psk ccmp
  • wpa2-psk ccmp
  • wapi
  • wpa dot1x ccmp
  • wpa2 dot1x ccmp