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Dear Frank, I solved this: I bought the SILICEO router with OpenWRT Operating System. I added the software package to implement the WPA2 Enterprise protocol. I configured it as a Repeater from WPA2 Enterprise source to normal WPA2 WiFi output. I then paired via LAN the SILICEO router thus configured through its LAN output to the Tenda WiFi Mash solution. I did this because the SILICEO Router, if subjected to bandwidth load with multiple devices connected in WiFi WPA 2, freezes. So I use SILICEO to capture the signal via WiFi with WPA2 Enterprise protocol to convert it to the RJ45 LAN port, giving the Tenda WiFi Mash Cubes the task of managing the WiFi network loads in an excellent way with WPA2 protocol. The result of the combination is wonderful