RE: How to secure WiFi networks was RE: [WISPA] recommendation

2007-01-01 Thread Frank
WEP is easily broken. The much stronger WPA2 (WPA2/AES) is a simple setup. For personal/home use just use a pre shared key (PSK) which is just a shared password. Unlike WEP, with WPA2 there is no fixed or hard to remember HEX code. Just pick a good shared password for home/personal use. Just

RE: How to secure WiFi networks was RE: [WISPA] recommendation

2007-01-01 Thread Jonathan Schmidt
:14 AM To: 'WISPA General List' Subject: How to secure WiFi networks was RE: [WISPA] recommendation With all this discussion, I've not done it in a while for clients - is there a website somewhere that details all the methods for A/P and CPE security ? I remember Win XP being a royal pain