If I understand your layer 2 security question correctly, this is basically referring to what I've mentioned above -- authentication using EAP/802.1x that requires the user/client to authenticate itself to the network via a password, token, digital certificate, etc. This is in contrast to a standard layer 3 solution such as a standard VPN running across a wireless network.
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