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What are WEP and WPA keys/passwords?

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What are WEP and WPA keys/passwords?

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Sometimes, a person may choose to add a password to their router so that only devices (like the Z2) that know the password can access the router. The two most widely used types of encryptions are WPA and WEP, WPA stands for Wi-Fi Protected Access and WEP stands for Wired Equivalent Privacy. The Z2 supports both WEP and WPA passwords. If your network is encrypted, you will be prompted during the network connection process to enter the WPA or WEP Key. The Z2 will remember which network you connected to last and what your password was so you will only have to enter this one time.

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