I want to secure all Wi-Fi gear the same way and in my organization I will have to weed out all remaining non-compliant gear and replace it. I am happy with Apple 802.11g gear and could standardize on that. I am, however, open to low-cost suggestions. I'll need to authenticate from 11 locations fed by T1s and want centralized control. Do you have any suggestions?
The 802.11i standard is relatively new, and it will take a while for good how-to documentation to emerge based on the final standard. But there are a few good books based on preliminary versions of 802.11i. Here are two that I recommend:
- Real 802.11 Security: Wi-Fi Protected Access and 802.11i (Arbaugh, Edney)
- Certified Wireless Security Professional Study Guide (Planet3 Wireless)
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