Hi, i want to configure the WPA2-PSK. what is the way to configure it on 1100 series AP. I have different options like TKIP, AES CCMP with combination of wep128/40 bit. which is the corrent combination for WPA2-PSK standard?
Cisco allows you to mix authenication types and encryption types.
By standard --
WPA PSK w/ TKIP
WPA2 PSK w/ AES
WEP is not part of the WPA or WPA2 authenication type.
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Hmmm, I havent tried this, but could you configure the encryption for all three like you do for WPA1, WPA2 and WEP and then on the SSID configure it for optional EAP, Key management optional and eable WPA?
To build on gstefanick's post, there is a distinction between the WPA version and the encryption used. WPA1 can use AES, and WPA2 can use TKIP. The use of AES does not mean you're using WPA2, nor does using TKIP imply WPA1. You can see this on the controller GUI - specifying either WPA or WPA2 allows you to use TKIP or AES.
I'm not sure what every difference is, but I know that WPA2 addresses a handshake security exploit, which is there regardless of whether TKIP or AES is used. The exploit occurs before the keys are even exchanged, or maybe as they're exchanged. Sorry for the lack of details.
On IOS access points, you can configure all three encryption types (WEP, TKIP, and AES). With controllers, though, you can't run WEP alongside TKIP or AES, though TKIP and AES can still be run together.
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