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WPA3 is out? Are there any plans to support it with the modem?

Just asking. πŸ˜‹
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Re: WPA3

WPA3 was just ratified, it's going to take several years for anyone to be able to adopt this standard in their home, as all devices they use must support it, that means tablets, cell phones, and anything else that connects via wifi.

It is unlikely the current generation, HT2000w will support WPA3.

Long story short, it's going to take time to be able to adopt this in the home, unless you want to ditch all your current wireless devices and buy brand new ones that will hopefully have support for WPA3.  Most wireless devices wont be getting WPA3 support added, such as the majority of cellphones and tablets.