Trying to set up my VIP-722 with a new Netgear WNDA3100V2 wireless adpater. The receiver recoginzes the adapter successfully, and the SSID scan correctly identifies the encryption on my network as WPA2 (although it's actually WPA2-PSK). However, when I attempt to enter my 63 character alphanumeric encryption key, the reciever accepts the first 26 characters, and then refuses to accept any characters beyond that. Each attempt to enter a new character overwrites the character in the26th position. WPA should accept 8-63 alphanumeric or 64 hex characters. FWIW, there is a neighbor's WEP network within range, and I tried selecting that and entering a key. Also only accepted 26 characters, which is correct for WEP 104/128. Receiver firmware is L672. Any thoughts on what might be happening here? Anyone else able to use a WPA2 key longer than 26 characters? Thanks.