Wpa2-psk aes on cudy wr2100?

It seems that the latest firmware from Cudy does not offer the user wpa2-psk aes. I see the option for wpa2-psk but when I connect to the router with an IPad, it complains about weak security and informs me the router is using TKIP, not AES.

I'm thinking to move to OpenWRT. If I do that, will I be able to use AES (or even WPA3)? I ask because I'm not sure if the limitation comes from the hardware or just what Cudy has done in the software. Presumably OpenWRT will support AES if at all possible.


Both are supported on OpenWrt/ mt76.

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