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I have set up wireless network on my PSP. The router is configured to use WPA2-PSK-AES but the PSP had only WPA-PSK-AES as an option which I chose and it is timing out while exchanging the key and giving a connection error. Router is Linksys WRT54G2 Wireles-G . Can anyone help please?

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