Can someone clarify for me how this works in a WPA-PSK scenario:
If I configure WPA key management/authentication with TKIP cipher suite I dont explicitly need to enter a WEP key for encryption. Are the WEP encryption keys derived from the shared PMK?
Interestingly, in the cisco documentation for configuring cipher suites, it mentions config commands for TKIP alone (like I state above) or TKIP with WEP40 or WEP128, for example:
'encryption vlanX mode ciphers tkip wep128 '
how does the addition of the explicit WEP 128 or WEP40 change the setup?