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What is the meaning of 'Netgear don't support WPA/WPA2 Radius security (802.1x)?.

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What it says WPA protocol for wireless is not available.

So you have to use WEP (an older protocol).

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Reset your wireless router. Unplug and plug back in.

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My Nook HD will not connect to the Netgear router. Is there something I can do?


It depends on the specific authentication or security method used by the router. A lot of newer devices will only use WPA/WPA2 security, a lot of older routers still use WEP security. If that is the case, you may need to log in to your router as administrator and change the security/authentication to WPA/WPA2 and choose a new password if the router supports that security protocol. If it does not you would have to buy a new router to connect the Nook to it.

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Security radius server


yeah, don't use that. change your security type to WPA mixed or WPA WPA2 personal or something

FYI:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RADIUS

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Finding your WEP key


Samantha, ...

the only security methods supported on your N300 Router are WPA-PSK, and WPA2-PSK. The WEP security (you mention) is not supported by WPS. Go back into your settings and choose WPA or WPA2.

Feb 09, 2013 | NetGear N300 Wireless Router

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Adaptor won't recognize wpa2 network


As per its user manual (p 2-1)
it only supports WPA, not WPA2

So either reduce the wireless network security to WPA/PSK, or get another adapter that supports WPA2

Or, If it's a version 2 in hardware, you could download the latest driver V2 that added the WPA2 support

Good luck

Jan 08, 2013 | NetGear WG111 802.11g/b Wireless Adapter

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Cannot connect wireless on laptop


change the settings of your router if your laptop is using wpa change the security setting wireless connection of your router to wpa... their are many categories of security settings ex. wpa, wpa2, radius, wep, etch.... first configure thE WPA OF YOUR LOPTOP.. HERE IS THE LINK THAT WILL HELP YOU TO CONFIGURE THE WPA http://compnetworking.about.com/cs/winxpnetworking/ht/wpainwindowsxp.htm SECOND IS TO SETUP YOUR ROUTER CHOOSE WPA, OR WPA2

May 01, 2011 | NetGear DG834G Router

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Cannot connect wireless works fine wired


change the settings of your router if your laptop is using wpa change the security setting wireless connection of your router to wpa... their are many categories of security settings ex. wpa, wpa2, radius, wep, etch.... first configure thE WPA OF YOUR LOPTOP.. HERE IS THE LINK THAT WILL HELP YOU TO CONFIGURE THE WPAhttp://compnetworking.about.com/cs/winxpnetworking/ht/wpainwindowsxp.htm SECOND IS TO SETUP YOUR ROUTER CHOOSE WPA, OR WPA2

May 01, 2011 | NetGear DG834G Router

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Hello, please helh me how to secure my netgear router!


Follow the manufacturer's instructions to "login" to the web-server "inside" the router.
In the "wireless networking" section, configure to set:
* SSID (your "network-name")
* encryption-level -- use 'WPA' or 'WPA2'
* password for your network

Using 'WPA' encryption means that the wireless traffic between your computer and the router will be "secure", and using a password means that only you can use the wireless network.

Feb 22, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Where do I find the security key for netgear wireless g router WGR614v9-serial number *1W91867RO33ES* as I wish to install a usb wireless adapter on my wife's computer


The encryption key is a security key. The encryption key is configured in the Netgear's wireless setting. To get these settings ie. the SSID and the WPA or WPA2, open a browser and type the Netgear's configuration URL - http://192.168.0.1
The default login = admin
The default PW = password
Then go to the wireless settings to get this information.
This SSID and WPA or WPA2 encryption key is then used to configure the USB wireless adapter so it can connect to the Netgear.
To secure your wireless network from unauthorized access, please click on this link and follow my instructions :-
http://www.fixya.com/support/r3559128-wireless_router_security

Oct 30, 2010 | NetGear WGR614 Wireless Router

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I am attempting to secure my network through this router which at this time is open for the whole neighborhood to see


Here are the diffenent types of Security Settings possible with a wireless router: (how to set this depends on the brand of router)

Security Mode: You may choose from Disable, WEP, WPA-Personal, WPA2-Personal, WPA-Enterprise, WPA2-Enterprise, or RADIUS. All devices on your network must use the same security mode in order to communicate.
Capture(wlansec.wpapersharekey) WPA Personal:
Capture(helpwpa.phase8) WPA Algorithm: You may choose from TKIP or AES.
Capture(helpwpa.phase9) WPA Pre-Shared Key: Choose a unique key to authenticate with other devices on your network. The Pre-Shared Key must be between 8 and 63 characters in length.
Capture(helpwpa.phase10) Group Key Renewal: This settings determines how often your group key changes.


Capture(wlansec.wpa2persharekey) WPA2 Personal:
Capture(helpwpa.phase11) WPA2 Algorithm: You may choose from AES or TKIP+AES. Choose TKIP+AES if you have both WPA and WPA2 devices on your network.
Capture(helpwpa.phase12) WPA2 Pre-Shared Key: Choose a unique key to authenticate with other devices on your network. The Pre-Shared Key must be between 8 and 63 characters in length.
Capture(helpwpa.phase13) Group Key Renewal: This settings determines how often your group key changes.


Capture(wlansec.wparadius) WPA Enterprise:
Capture(helpwpa.phase14) WPA Algorithm: You may choose from TKIP or AES.
Capture(helpwpa.phase15) RADIUS Server Address: The IP address of your RADIUS server.
Capture(helpwpa.phase16) RADIUS Server Port: The port your RADIUS server uses.
Capture(helpwpa.phase17) Shared Secret: The shared secret set on your RADIUS server.
Capture(helpwpa.phase18) Key Renewal Timeout: Determines how often your keys should be renewed.


Capture(wlansec.wpa2radius) WPA2 Enterprise:
Capture(helpwpa.phase19) WPA2 Algorithm: You may choose from AES or TKIP+AES. Choose TKIP+AES if you have both WPA and WPA2 devices on your network.
Capture(helpwpa.phase20) RADIUS Server Address: The IP address of your RADIUS server.
Capture(helpwpa.phase21) RADIUS Server Port: The port your RADIUS server uses.
Capture(helpwpa.phase22) Shared Secret: The shared secret set on your RADIUS server.
Capture(helpwpa.phase23) Key Renewal Timeout: Determines how often your keys should be renewed.


Capture(wlansec.wep) WEP:
Capture(helpwpa.phase24) Default Transmit Key: The key you would like to use for transmitting WEP keys.
Capture(helpwpa.phase25) WEP Key Bit: You may select from 64-Bit or 128-Bit encryption.
Capture(helpwpa.phase26) Passphrase: You may enter a passphrase consisting of any keyboard character to be used to generate a hex WEP key. Passphrase option is only supported when you are only using Linksys devices on your network.
Capture(helpwpa.phase27) Key 1-4: You may enter a WEP key manually. You must use only hex characters (0-9 and A-F). 64-Bit WEP requires 10 hex characters. 128-Bit WEP requires the use of 26 hex characters.


Capture(wlansec.radius) RADIUS:
Capture(helpwpa.phase28) RADIUS Server Address: The IP address of your RADIUS server.
Capture(helpwpa.phase29) RADIUS Server Port: The port your RADIUS server uses.
Capture(helpwpa.phase30) Shared Secret: The shared secret set on your RADIUS server.
Capture(helpwpa.phase31) Default Transmit Key: The key you would like to use for transmitting WEP keys.
Capture(helpwpa.phase32) WEP Key Bit: You may select from 64-Bit or 128-Bit encryption.
Capture(helpwpa.phase33) Passphrase: You may enter a passphrase consisting of any keyboard character to be used to generate a hex WEP key. Passphrase option is only supported when you are only using Linksys devices on your network.
Capture(helpwpa.phase34) Key 1-4: You may enter a WEP key manually. You must use only hex characters (0-9 and A-F). 64-Bit WEP requires 10 hex characters. 128-Bit WEP requires the use of 26 hex characters.

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