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I cannot change the wpa-psk on a AIR-AP1142N access point

I am attempting to change the wpa-psk on a wireless access point. When i go under ssid config mode and type the command wpa-psk ascii 7 <14characterkey> it gives me the message "Invalid key length, expecting 18 to 128 characters". Currently we are using 10 character key that I want to change it from. I would assume that I would not have to use an at least 18 character key as currently we are not doing this. Can anyone explain to me what I am doing wrong? I really don't think that I have to use a 18 character key but I could be wrong as I am fairly new to configuring these. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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I cannot change the wpa-psk on a AIR-AP1142N access point

I think the problem is in the encryption mode.

interface Dot11Radio0

  encryption mode ciphers wep128

It's should be : encryption mode ciphers aes-ccm tkip

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New Member

I cannot change the wpa-psk on a AIR-AP1142N access point

I think the problem is in the encryption mode.

interface Dot11Radio0

  encryption mode ciphers wep128

It's should be : encryption mode ciphers aes-ccm tkip

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I cannot change the wpa-psk on a AIR-AP1142N access point

Thanks, this did the trick.

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