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How To Secure WLANs: A Visual Overview

Secure wireless networks don't just happen--users and IT pros have to make it happen. But what goes into making a wireless network secure? Here's a look some essential steps for locking down wireless communications, including advice for road warriors, small business owners and WLAN administrators running large networks.
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Manual Supplicant Configuration Is Good...

One of the more difficult parts of wireless security is getting the supplicant settings right on wireless client devices. Typically, at least half a dozen settings need to be touched. Get any one incorrect, and connectivity won't work, which can make manual configuration dicey. Thankfully, there is a better way...

 

Lee is a Network Engineer and Wireless Technical Lead for a large private university. He also teaches classes on networking, wireless network administrtaion, and wireless security. Lee's technical background includes 10 years in the US Air Force as an Electronc Warfare ... View Full Bio

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