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Unication G5 AES encryption support

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blantonl

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I've seen numerous references to AES encryption support in the G5 - where is the configuration found for enabling and entering a key?
 

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Unication G5 AES Encryption Support

You have to send Unication David a message and he can email it to you.
 

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I've seen numerous references to AES encryption support in the G5 - where is the configuration found for enabling and entering a key?
Lindsey, were you able to get information on this? I am curious if they also support ADP.
 

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will this make it able to hear encrypted calls?
or just block you from hearing the insane noise it makes
 

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You cannot listen to/hear encrypted communications unless you are authorized and have the key.

The Unication pagers will pass the encrypted "gibberish" to your speaker and will not mute it.
 

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far as i know these pagers don't cover encryption YET
If you read the thread from the beginning, you will see that they do cover AES-256 encryption.

You'll need to contact Unication David and once you have the required information and the actual key, you will be able to listen.
 
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