It looks like Ring Alarm supports WPA2 Personal, with encryption types TKIP, AES, TKIP + AES. Ring Alarm does not support WPA2 Enterprise encryption.
If my WiFi router currently has “password” setup, but no security option (WAP2, AES, etc) set, and now I want to add WPA2-PSK [AES] , do I need to re-setup all the RING security camera and the video door bell?
I talked to Ring Support and it looks like I DO have to climb up the ladder to re-setup all the Floodlight Cams (OMG). Can Ring please consider to implement something would make it super easy to switch from NO Security Options to WAP2 (etc). for all Ring Devices? Also it would be nice to have a youtube videos or instructions to educate all of us about the differences between WEP, WAP2/WAP3, PSK, AES, etc… All these standards/protocols/acronyms are super confusing to average consumers. Thanks!