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    • Protected Management Frames (PMF).  As long as PMF is configured as “supported but not required” a WPA3 Enterprise network is identical to a WPA2 Enterprise network.  In this configuration older WPA2 devices can continue to connect to the network.
    • 192-bit Security.  This 1  This is a new connect mode in WPA3 designed to meet standards of US government agencies.  To be able to successfully support this mode, all IdP servers would have to be configured to support this before and WPA3 clients in order to avoid interoperability issues that could stem from this.1
    • WPA2/WPA3 Enterprise Transition Mode.  It 2  It is recommended to implement WPA2/WPA3 Enterprise Transition Mode on 2.4GHz and 5GHz before enabling 6GHz.  This will allow older clients that don’t support WPA3 to continue to operate on the network while allowing newer devices to connect via WPA3 and provide the opportunity to troubleshoot any issue which may arise related to WPA3.

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