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Robert L. \(MS-MVP\)
04-17-08, 04:59 PM
WPA2 is more secure. TRIP and AES are two methods that can be used by the
802.11i standard and combines two techniques. I beleive AES is
a higher level of security compared to the more widely deployed TKIP
encryption. This search result may help.



Wireless Security OptionsWireless Security Options. When setup wireless
security, you may have many options. The below lists the wireless from the
weakest to the strongest ...
www.howtonetworking.com/wireless/wirelesssecurityoptions.htm



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"Johnnyboy" <Johnnyboy@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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> Hi ... I am using a Linksys router and I am curious for wireless as to
> which
> is a more secure setting . Here are the options I see >> WEP , WPA and
> WPA2
>
>
> Also if anyone could explain what this setting is for and were should I
> set
> mine at >> WPA Alogorithms >>> TKIP or AES
>
> If it matter I am using xp pro sp2 with cable net connection
>
> Thanks