B, D. A device driver allows the computer operating system to control the wireless network adapter and must be installed in order for the adapter to function. Client utility software allows a user to configure the adapter with network specific settings, such as the SSID and security settings. Client utility software may be part of the computer operating system or third-party software provided by the manufacturer of the adapter. Site survey software and signal strength software may be part of the client utility software. AutoConfig is a service that runs on a Microsoft Windows computer. For more information, see Chapter 3.
A, B. IEEE 802.11 WLAN technology operates at the Layer 1 (Physical) and Layer 2 (Data Link) ...
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