WPA-TKIP and WPA2-AES for the same SSID

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Hey guys,

I'm currently working in a migration project where we migrate from Cisco APs to AP350.

The Cisco APs have 1 SSID with WPA-TKIP and WPA2-ASES configured. This setup is necessary due to the limited WLAN function of some devices that require WPA-TKIP. Normal devices such as smartphones and notebooks connect via WPA2-AES (manually configured for this).

So I have to find a way to get this dual-stack properly running with AH APs. It seems that the "Auto WPA or WPA2" with "Auto TKIP or CCMP (AES)" is not the same. The WPA2 clients work fine, but the WPA-TKIP seems not to work.

Do you see any possible troubleshooting I can do here? Or do you know a working configuration?

Thanks in advance and have a nice week.

Kind regards,
Daniel
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Right now we configured a second SSID using only WPA2-AES for clients and the first SSID is serving WEP-TKIP.