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WiFi encryption. Are there performance differences?

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My router supports 64bit WEP, 128bit WEP, WPA2, and WPA-PSK.

I've always had it set to 128bit WEP, just by default. I realize that WPA2 is more secure, though i'm curious if any of these methods affect performance at all.

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