I'm trying to connect to my home Wi-Fi. When I enter the correct password, I get the message "The Wi-Fi network requires a WPA2 password". I verified the password is correct in my router configuration.
I am using a 2017 MacBook Pro, running macOS Mojave 10.14.2.
I restarted my modem/router combo, restarted my MacBook, tried removing the home Wi-Fi and re-adding it (under System Preferences → Networks → Advanced → Preferred Networks), and changed the Wi-Fi password. Nothing works. My Wi-Fi name (SSID) doesn't have any special characters either.
I have another 2015 MacBook Pro and an iPhone that can connect to my home Wi-Fi with no problems. So, it seems issue seems to be particular to this device (the 2017 MacBook Pro) in combination with my home network. This device has no problems connecting to other Wi-Fi networks (my office Wi-Fi, Airport Wi-Fi, etc.)
Anyone ever faced this issue before? How do I resolve it?
Update 5/31/19: Tried the two suggestions below. Unfortunately, still no luck. Thanks anyway though!