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HP Jetdirect wireless print servers support the following security types:
No security . No encryption or authentication is used. Open system. Your wireless network does not require device authentication or security to access the network. However, your network might use WEP encryption keys for data privacy.
WEP-Personal . Each device on your wireless network uses a shared encryption key (a shared password value) for network access and communication. Each device on the network must use the same key. The HP Jetdirect print server supports IEEE 802.11 WEP keys for encrypted network communications.
WEP-Enterprise . The network uses WEP with EAP/802.1x authentication. This type of security utilizes a central authentication server, such as RADIUS, to authenticate users on the network. The HP Jetdirect print server supports these server-based authentication protocols: LEAP, PEAP, and EAP-TLS.
WPA/WPA2–Personal . Your network uses wi-fi protected access (WPA) with a pre-shared key that is typically generated by a pass-phrase. WPA encryption is normally used for wireless communication and offers improved security.
WPA/WPA2–Enterprise . Your network uses WPA with EAP/802.1x authentication. This type of security utilizes a central authentication server, such as RADIUS, to authenticate users on the network. The HP Jetdirect print server supports these server-based authentication protocols: LEAP, PEAP, and EAP-TLS.
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