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HELLO ALL, I HAVE ALREADY ENABLE WEP AND IAM GOING TO APPLYING IPSEC. ARE THOSE ENOUGH ??? I THINK IS NOT. DO YOU KNOW SOMETHING ELSE FOR SECURE WIRELESS NETWORKS??? thanks alot
ASKED: April 11, 2006  7:04 AM
UPDATED: April 28, 2006  1:13 PM

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It’s good not to broadcast your SSID’s

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  • Trevione
    If your router has the WPA security option use that instead of WEP. More secure.
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  • Bobkberg
    Go to www.cisecurity.org and look at their baseline wireless security standard. This covers many different fairly simple ways to increase your wireless security. Bob
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  • Vbowen
    Well over WEP up should use WPA, and as stated before not broadcasting your ssid is a good idea. I would also lock down access to MAC address, this allows you to define which MAC addresses are allowed to connect to your APs.
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  • Joshua2
    Agree w/ previous posts: 1) Disable broadcast of SSID 2) Use MAC address filters 3) Use WPA if at all possible
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