Chapter 10. Design Guidelines for Secure WLAN

Previous chapters in this book discussed the underlying technologies that are necessary to start designing secure WLANs. New WLAN installations are occurring and existing WLANs are being changed as WLAN access is identified as a technical or business requirement, like mobility, for more users.

Many differing technologies can be brought to bear to design secure WLANs, but it is the network designer’s responsibility to select the most appropriate security technology. The selection of appropriate security technology must adhere to the WLAN security policy that a corporation has decided on and must also support the technical and business requirements, such as bedside check-in of patients in an emergency ...

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