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psp's support for wpa2 encryption?

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by Eskimo1, Jan 8, 2007.

  1. Eskimo1

    Eskimo1 Member

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    I am looking to get a wireless-n router and secure it to the max.
    I plan to enable WPA2 encryption which is where my question lies.
    I know psp supports WEP as long as you know the info but my question is if I set up WPA2 security will the psp still be able to connect?
     
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    Not sure, but I doubt it. Maybe in a later firmware but I dont think so now. However, if you could setup your router to allow access to the MAC address of your PSP, you wouldnt need the key. But that depends on if your router supports that.
     
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    heh I found out the answer to my own question ><

    for future questions about psp and what wireless encryption it supports, it will support both versions of WPA2.

    Evidently their is someone near my house with a WPA(PSK) wireless encrypted signal, when i tried to connect it prompted me to enter the key.
     

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