CCNA Wireless Summary Notes: Wireless Security Fundamentals – Part 1

For confidentiality purposes, wireless clients should be authenticated before they are allowed to associate with an AP. It is also best that the AP authenticate to the client before sending traffic so as to minimize attacks from illegitimate APs. The data payload should also be encrypted before sending and decrypted after receiving so as to … Continue reading CCNA Wireless Summary Notes: Wireless Security Fundamentals – Part 1

CCNA Wireless Summary Notes: Implementing a Wireless Guest Network

Guest Access should be isolated from corporate access. Steps involved: Create dynamic interface for the guest. Create guest WLAN Bind WLAN to dynamic interface Configure security parameters Anchors can be used to handle guest traffic on behalf of the other controllers by building a tunnel to the controller. Configuring Mobility Anchors: Create identical guest WLANs … Continue reading CCNA Wireless Summary Notes: Implementing a Wireless Guest Network