WPA/WPA2 "not secure" warning
My iPhone displays the message: "WPA/WPA2 (TCKP) is not considered secure. If this is your Wi-Fi network, configure the router to use WPA2 (AES) OR WPA3 security type."
When I look at the Security specs for my router, it shows "WPA-PSK (TKIP)/WPA2-PSK (AES)."
So I am confused. A search through this Forum shows other people have encountered same, but are either unanswered, or answers are left wanting.
First, that it appears my router is already configured to use WPA2 (AES); and
Secondly, I cannot find where I would UP^ the configuration to WPA3.
I have installed latest upgrades for everything on my Mac and iPhone, and have "forgotten" the prior network and rejoined on my phone. I need solid security due to the Working From Home thing; am using a VPN.
Am I good to go? Or, what to do?