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I've found a mix security type for WPA2 called 'WICED_SECURITY_WPA2_MIXED_PSK'. As I can see, the encryption can be changed but allways WPA2 is used. Regarding IEEE 802.11 there are two configuration mandantory:
1) WPA + TKIP
2) WPA2 + AES-based CCMP
Is WICED_SECURITY_WPA2_MIXED_PSK designed for stations and/or access points?
But how can I use WICED_SECURITY_WPA2_MIXED_PSK? Or what is it good for?
Thanks for helping,
The trigger of my question is:
When I configure WICED_SECURITY_WPA2_MIXED_PSK on my hardware (STA) and try to connect to an AP with WPA2+TKIP, the connection fails.