Sorry, this is double posted in bt.broadband support, now realise that \nthis is the best NG for this post.\n\nXP Pro, SP3, BT Hub, Belkin Wireless G card.\n\nI have a single user desktop and have installed the Windows WPA2 \nsecurity\nupdate:\n\n[URL]http://support.microsoft.com/kb/893357[/URL]\n\nHave also allowed Windows to handle my wireless connection, rather than\nmy Belkin G wireless card utility. My BT Hub security is set to WPA2\nonly and I have a 63 character alpha-numeric security key.\n\nEverything is working OK, touch wood.\n\nJust a couple of points I'd like to get clear in my mind.\n\n1. Bearing in mind that no laptop or other device is going to connect\nwirelessly, which data encryption is best to use, AES or TKIP, and\nwhat's the difference?\n\n2. Although everything is working OK, I thought it depended on the\nlowest common denominator. To my knowledge, my Belkin Wireless G card is\nincapable of handling WPA2. Or, is it that the wireless card UTILITY is\nincapable of handling WPA2?\nDo I assume that the Hub handles all the security and that the Belkin \ncard just picks up the resulting signal?