1. Which of the following is not true regarding SSIDs?
A. The SSID is broadcast by APs in the network, unless otherwise configured.
B. If the SSID changes, all clients must update to the new SSID to communicate.
C. Turning off the SSID broadcast ensures only authorized clients, who know the SSID, can connect.
D. The SSID serves to identify wireless networks.
E. SSIDs are case sensitive.
C. The intent of a service set identifier (SSID) is solely to identify one wireless network from another. It is not designed, nor should it be relied on, as a ...