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Getting dropped by the MN-700

When using MN-700 and try to encrypt at 256, can only get limited or no connectivity. No problem without any encryption in b or g. Any suggestions?

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Try latest firmware update ok see if that fixes the issue microsoft.com site or custum windows update then re do settings u dont relly need 256 bit man ok 1268 fine with reg password

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