Interesting observation on Wireshark... Have a neighbour with a new N66U AP - nice unit The box is configured with WPA2-PSK - but in a wireshark capture, something I noticed is that the box is sending out STP frames, and more importantly, sending them out TKIP, not AES. So a couple of questions: 1) Why is the N66U sending out STP frames? Useful perhaps in Mesh WiFi networks, but useless in a home environment 2) Why is a TKIP vector present in the STP frame? packet dump link (some vals changed to protect the innocent): https://dl.dropbox.com/u/2181814/N66u_STP_TKIP.txt Bug? Feature?