[Access Point] Feature to disable WPA3-transition mode on SSID advanced settings

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Zyxel_Kay
Zyxel_Kay Posts: 607  Zyxel Employee
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Based on the need of user @AdminSys , we would like to propose the implementation of a feature that allows users to disable WPA3 transition mode on Nebula. This would allow for a faster and more user-friendly way to disable transition mode and enforce exclusive connections from WPA3-supported devices.

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Kay

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  • tgl
    tgl Posts: 9
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    I've asked for this in the past too. I know there is a way to do it via CLI, but that leaves me wondering how well-tested or supported the mode is.

  • Zyxel_Kay
    Zyxel_Kay Posts: 607  Zyxel Employee
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    Hi @tgl,

    To verify that the transition mode has been successfully disabled after applying the CLI command, you can use a WPA3-non-supported client device for testing purposes. When there is any WPA3 SSID in the environment, a WPA3-non-supported Windows PC should display a connection status as shown in this screenshot:

    It's important to note that all Zyxel WPA3-supported access points have the capability to disable the transition mode via the CLI command. For a step-by-step guide on how to disable transition mode using CLI, you can refer to this thread:

    Kay

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