Access Points

Some articles on access points, access, access point:

Columbia Plateau Trail - Access Points
... Proceeding from the northeast toward the southwest, major access points include Fishlake trailhead – Milepost 365 Cheney Trailhead – Milepost 361.25 Amber Lake Trailhead ...
Wlan - Types of Wireless LANs - Wireless Distribution System
... enables the wireless interconnection of access points in an IEEE 802.11 network ... wireless network to be expanded using multiple access points without the need for a wired backbone to link them, as is traditionally required ... is that it preserves the MAC addresses of client packets across links between access points ...
Seamoby
... The Seamoby Candidate Access Router Discovery, or CARD, is an experimental protocol outlined by RFC 4065 and RFC 4066 ... over of IP devices between wireless access routers ... The protocol defines a mechanism that can be used by an access router to automatically discover its neighbor with help of mobile devices ...
Cracking Of Wireless Networks - Wireless Network Basics
... Infrastructure networks are composed of one or more access points that coordinate the wireless traffic between the nodes and often connect the nodes to a wired network, acting as a bridge ... Each access point constitutes a network that is named a basic service set or BSS ... by a BSSID, usually the MAC address of the access point ...
Snarfing - How A Snarf Works
... Wireless clients that associate to a snarf access point will receive an IP, DNS, and gateway and appear completely normal - just as they would any other hotspot ... The reason this works is 1) legitimate access points can be impersonated and/or drowned out by rogue access points and 2) users without a means to validate the authenticity of ...

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