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Setting the group key update interval
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Creating a wireless network with a Verizon 9100EM router in Windows XP

  1. Confirm that AES is selected in the Encryption Algorithm field. [Show Me]


  2. Confirm that Group Key Update Interval is selected. One of the strengths of WPA encryption is that it self-generates a new key based on the original encryption key you enter. By enabling this field, you can control the time interval between the creation of the new encryption keys.


  3. Group Key Update Interval

  4. If you enabled Group Key Update Interval in the previous step, enter the number of seconds before a new encryption key is automatically created. You may want to consider a setting around 3600 seconds for the Group Key Update Interval. [Show Me]


  5. Click Apply to save your WPA settings.




Continue with Step 5


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