Just Don’t Use WEP

Here’s a quick tip. Most Wi-Fi devices these days will support the latest wireless security protocols such as WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access) and WPA2. In particular, 802.11n devices will require that you use WPA2 in order to obtain faster speeds otherwise you get knocked back down to 54Mbps tops. However, WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) is still kicking around …

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Full Speed 802.11n Needs WPA2 + AES

This is  a quick tip for those of you looking to invest (or already have invest) in the latest 802.11n wireless routers and access points that are making their way into the digital mainstream. The final specification (802.11n-2009) allows for a theoretical maximum of up to 600Mbps on a 40MHz channel which is a whopping …

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