I have been reading, and there's the problem. I am now somewhat confused between WPA AES and WPA2 as one site states WPA2 is the same as WPA AES. I believe this is not the case because if I try to enable WPA2 (TKIP+AES) on a Linksys wrt54G router, and have the wireless devices set at WPA AES (a distinct wpa2 option is not there) then nothing works. Is WPA AES = WPA2? If not, as I suspect, Is WPA TKIP more or less secure than WPA AES? Thanks for any clarification.
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