Is Wi-Fi security backward-compatible?

Friday, 10 March 2006, 12:48 PM EST

Amid the alphabet soup of what is 802.11-standard security, how do you merge support for a mix of client devices that support the range of Wi-Fi security protocols?

If you are building Greenfield wireless LANs from scratch, you have the option to build in the strongest available security by using equipment that supports all the 802.11i-standard WPA2 capabilities in access points and laptops.

At Network World.

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