What does validating identity mean on a wireless network
The key to cabling for Wireless devices is to provide the flexibility to place access points were they provide the best coverage.
This chapter examines how to build the Authentication and Authorization Policies that will eventually assign those results that were created in Chapter 12.
These policies can be equated to the rules in a firewall and are constructed in a similar fashion.
Many IT professionals, especially those with wireless backgrounds, tend to confuse these terms and what they actually do.
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