|reply to es1 |
Re: DAP-1320 question
I recommend turning OFF WPS if you don't even use it. Dlink has fixed the WPS issue. Also the security depends on how you use it, recommended settings are WPA2 only and AES only ether on the DAP or on the Main host router if you want to she the DAP in bridged mode. You'll be find if you can use WPA2 and AES only. Some devices don't support AES only so you'll need to check your devices.
Thanks for your reply. Yes, I do use WPA2 and AES on my router (Actiontec Q1000). Since WPS can't be turned off on DAP-1320, would this be a problem if I connect it to my router using WPA2 and AES through the browser GUI interface? In other words could someone hack my network since the WPS on the DAP-1320 would still be active but not used for the connection?