802.1x is an IEEE standard for wireless LANs. It relies on extensible authentication protocol (EAP) for authentication.
Anyone with a proper receiver and proximity to the wireless network can receive a signal.
The Wireless Equivalency Protocol (WEP) was designed to offer wireless networks a level of security equivalent to wired networks without encryption.
Wireless access points (WAPs) are devices that allow users access to the wireless network and are the bridge between wired and wireless networks. These devices can be combined (daisy-chained) to provide extended service reach.
Before deploying wireless networks, a site survey should be done to identify potential problems associated with use of the technology.
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