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15 Apr 2008
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PSP and WPA2

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Hi All

 

Can anyone tell me if the PSP 2000 is WPA2-PSK compatible.

 

I'm going to be getting one in the next week and I would like to know if I'm going to have to change my WiFi settings.

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Re: PSP and WPA2

I'm pretty sure that it dosen't support it.
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Re: PSP and WPA2

No, none of the psp's support that type of encryption yet.

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Re: PSP and WPA2

What about WPA or WEP?
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Re: PSP and WPA2

I am sure it does support WEP



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Re: PSP and WPA2

It definately supports WPA - thats what I use.

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Re: PSP and WPA2

Good news about WPA.Smiley Wink

I dont want to have to use WEP. Not that I'm likely to get my WiFi hacked anyway.

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Re: PSP and WPA2

It does support Wep, it also supports WPA - PSK (TKIP), i think theirs another one to .... Smiley Frustrated

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Re: PSP and WPA2

The other one is WPA(AOSS).

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Re: PSP and WPA2

[ Edited ]

*Wireless:

 

 IEEE 802.11b

 Infrastructure mode

 Ad hoc mode

 (connection up to 16 consoles)

 

* Security:

 

Encryption 128bit AES (Copyright protection technology) MagicGate™    

 

Source : http://www.us.playstation.com/PSP/About/specs

 

* Fact: 

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* WPA2 Only mode uses AES(CCMP) cipher and legacy stations are not allowed access with WPA security

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