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Would it be possible for you to post a screenshot of what your seeing? I can't find any reference to what you're seeing in the reference manual for your router.

Make sure that you haven't turned on 802.1x authentication.
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Check here... near the middle:

http://kbserver.netg...les/n101675.asp

Thanks again...
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Interesting, from what I understand it updates the key, but if the key is static I'm not sure what it's updating... :) I would just set it to 10 minutes or so and be done with it :)
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Thanks for all of your help...

I think the key life has to with WPA using TKIP instead of a static key; check here... (i.e. the keys used to read packets)

http://en.wikipedia....egrity_Protocol

Also, I went with your first recommendation of 5 minutes for a key life and I have had no problems thus far (knock on wood).

Thanks again for your time...
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