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CCNP Wireless IAUWS Quick Reference by William G. Daniel

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Chapter 1. Describing Regulatory Compliance

Failure to secure a WLAN makes it vulnerable to attack. To properly secure your network, you must be able to identify common threats to wireless and know how to counteract them.

Identifying Wireless Vulnerabilities

Rogue access points and clients

Cisco WLAN controllers identify access points (APs) outside their mobility group as rogue APs. Rogues are friendly if they do not pose a threat, such as APs belonging to neighbors. A rogue is malicious if it poses a threat to the network, such as an AP added to the wired network without permission from the IT department; such an AP could be used for illegitimate access to network resources. Malicious APs can also be external and used to disrupt your network; ...

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