Oct
16
In this series of blog posts, we will examine WLAN security mechanisms in an even greater detail than in our popular 5-Day CCNA Wireless course. We will begin with one that is now considered legacy due to major weaknesses that were quickly discovered in its implementation. This security mechanism receives the least coverage in the CCNA Wireless materials and exam, because, as we stated, it is indeed considered legacy. The official title for this technology is Preshared Key Authentication with... Read More
Mar
07
We all remember from the wireless section of CCENT that we need to update the firmware of our devices to ensure they are running as efficiently and reliabably as possible. This Training Simulation from the course walks you through the steps on a common Linksys router. Just click the link below to use the simulation and enjoy! Read More
Mar
04
Hello faithful entry-level Cisco students! We are thrilled to announce the following updates to the CCENT course: Read More
Dec
30
In an attempt to enhance the wireless security environment, especially in light of problems with Wireless Encryption Protection, SSID Cloaking and MAC Address Filtering were quickly implemented. Read More
Dec
28
Wireless certainly exploded onto the networking scene, unlike other technologies that took years to catch on. However, with wireless came huge challenges for securing the wireless network. After all, having potentially sensitive network data traveling through the air as radio waves immediately presented massive concerns. Read More

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