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 How can I change my wireless network to WPA2 or WPA encryption? Verizon recommends using the strongest network encryption compatible with WiFi consumer electronics. In most cases, that is WPA2 encryption. However, some consumer electronics manufactured before 2006 may not be compatible with WPA2 encryption, so you may want to consider upgrading or replacing your devices with ones which are compatible with WPA2.

For step-by-step instructions for upgrading your network security, select the router or gateway you are using and the type of encryption you prefer.
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D-Link 2750B Gateway 
Change to WPA or WPA2 encryption


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Actiontec GT784WNV
Change to WPA or WPA2 encryption
 
VersaLink 7500 Gateway
Actiontec GT704WGB gateway
Westell VersaLink 7500 Gateway
Change to WPA2 encryption
Change to WPA encryption
Actiontec GT704WGB gateway
Change to WPA2 encryption
Change to WPA encryption
Figure depicting the Actiontec GT704WG router Figure depicting the Westell VersaLink 327W gateway
Actiontec GT704WG gateway
Change to WPA
Upgrade to WPA2

 
Westell VersaLink 327W gateway
Change to WPA
Upgrade to WPA2
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Linksys BEFW1154 router
Upgrade to WPA2
Verizon One
Change to WPA
Upgrade to WPA2
   


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