Yes, but not with TKIP...
04-28-2009 11:50 AM
The Wi-Fi Alliance recently came out and stated that TKIP should *not* be allowed in 802.11n, and starting April 30 will specifically test for this during Wi-Fi certification. If a vendor permits TKIP with 802.11n, that vendor will fail Wi-Fi testing. So Aruba and other vendors will be disabling that combination shortly.
You can use wpa-psk with AES encryption, and 802.11n, at the same time, but I would highly recommend using wpa2-psk with AES. All client devices should be able to support WPA2 today.
As for PSK mode, yes, it works great. I use it in my house every day. Just make sure to use a long and complex passphrase so that the PSK doesn't become a security problem.
Jon Green, ACMX, CISSP
Re: 802.11n works with wpa-psk
10-12-2011 10:01 AM
How can I disable the HT from the controller having OS 126.96.36.199.
To do this, the HT-SSID profile associated to the wireless network must have "High Throughput" unchecked.
*Answers and views expressed by me on this forum are my own and not necessarily the position of Aruba Networks or Hewlett Packard Enterprise.*
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