Router and validating identity

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I had an unsecure network connection so I changed the security settings of my tp-link router from WEP to WAP-TKIP. after that, i changed my network settings to the same WAP-TPIK option. It just says "validating identity" and does not ask for a passkey at all. thanks You want to make sure you are using the same version of WPA on each side.

If you are telling me that you are using WPA with a shared key on your router, then you are using WPA - Personal. You want to make sure you are using that option on your computer. You do not want to make sure you are not using WPA-EAP. This version requires a certificate server and a matching certificate on yout computer to connect to the wireless.

There were relatively few dangers when wireless technology was first introduced.

Hackers had not yet had time to latch on to the new technology, and wireless networks were not commonly found in the work place.

id=214 I have also seen WPA - Enterprise as just WPA.

You just have to find the common setting between the two devices.

Such security breaches have become important concerns for both enterprise and home networks.

If router security is not activated or if the owner deactivates it for convenience, it creates a free hotspot.

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In this case, the client will want to retrieve additional user data and store it in it’s own user sessions.

It looks like you are using WPA-EAP on your computer.

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