I'm getting ready to replace an elderly primary WRT54GL with an ASUS RT-N16 - the primary connects to several secondary WRT54GL's via AP+WDS. Current security is WPA/WPA2 Personal +AES on all routers, works great. New primary RT-N16 is running Toastman 7493 Std, secondaries are Toastman 7625 std. In my test environment, I can only get them to connect with one of the following : 1. Security disabled 2. WPA + TKIP on both 3. WPA + TKIP on primary, WPA/WPA2 + TKIP on secondary 4. WPA + TKIP/AES on primary, WPA + TKIP/AES on secondary From my limited knowledge of the subject, I thought AES was the standard for newer hardware, but it looks like the RT-N16 doesn't support it, because the only working combinations require TKIP - all AES-only configurations fail to connect. Reconfiguring the secondaries will be a RPITA, which I'd like to avoid if at all possible. Suggestions welcome.