WPA2 Personal Setup

OK. If you happen to be using XP Wireless Zero Config, that might be the problem.
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there are some parts and pieces of WPA2 missing:
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Jeff Liebermann
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Dell Inspiron 8600 w/ Dell minipci 1450 Card and Linksys WRT54GC
WinXP
Trying to get WPA2 Personal working between the two.
Dell states that the card can perform WPA2 but the
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says WPA.
Currently WPA-PSK w/TKIP works fine but just trying to get WPA2
to work.
My first question is clarification on WPA2. Is WPA2 the same as
WPA-PSK with AES encryption?
If I try to setup WPA-PSK w/AES I get a connection
and M$ states I have authenticated, but I am unable to ping the router.
If I set it back to TKIP, all works.
Just searching for a solution if possible.
moncho
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moncho
Yes.
Latest router firmware:1.02.8,
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Already have this version. I also have the most recent version of the Dell 1450 driver.
I was hoping that would make a difference when I started having the problem. I was bummed when it made no difference.
Thanks, moncho
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moncho
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However, there are some parts and pieces of WPA2 missing:
I put in the update and it started working but then the network connection would drop every 2 minutes.
I found out that the Dell software was causing the problem, shut it off and now all is well with WPA2-PSK.
I feel a little more secure now.
Thanks for the links
moncho
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moncho

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