Hi,\n\nI hope somebody can help. I am sure this is just "terminology".\n\nI have a couple of Draytek 2900 Gi routers with wifi, and have their\nwifi setup for what Draytek call "WPA/PSK, encryption mode TKIP" and\none enters just a single passphrase.\n\nThis works with various laptops e.g. Sony 505 (internal wifi) and a\nfew with the Linksys PCMCIA WPC54G wifi card whose config has a\n"WPA/PSK" option too.\n\nNow I have the Cisco 350 series mini-PCI card (and also the PCMCIA\nversion of it) in a couple of laptops and the Cisco software (Aironet\nClient Utility v6.4.05) and it uses different terminology and despite\ntrying different options I can't get it to work.\n\nUnder the Network Security tab, I see\n\ncheckbox for WPA\n\nunder it some options:\n\nNone\nLEAP\nEAP-FAST\nHost-based EAP (802.1x)\n\nData Encryption\n\nNone\nStatic WEP\n\nAP authentication\n\nOpen\nShared Key\n\nWhich options do I use to do simple WPA/PSK/TKIP?\n\nIt works fine for simple WEP, where I select NONE under\nAuthentication, and Static WEP under Data Encryption, and enter the\nWEP passphrase under Static WEP Keys\n\nI should add that with these wifi cards the security settings are\nconfigured in the Cisco software, whereas with every other wifi\nadaptor I have used the WPA settings are done in XP - except the\nLinksys one where they are again done in the Linksys software. Maybe\nthat's the problem here? I certainly found that with the Cisco 350\nsetting plain WEP in XP doesn't work - it has to be done in the Cisco\nsoftware.\n\nAny pointers much appreciated!\n\n\nPeter.