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WPA Enterprise

A router (or Wi-Fi router) feature that is designed to authenticate individual users to an external server via username and password. WPA Enterprise also gives each PC a unique encryption key, which the user never sees, so they can't share it. To use WPA/WPA2 Enterprise you need a RADIUS server.

See Common Router IP and Settings.
See also "
10 Must-Have Features for Your Next Wi-Fi Router" on Practically Networked.com.







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