Corporate LANs are mostly wired, with permanent old dusty Compaq desktops attached (shudder), but many orgs are now embracing wireless with differing levels of success. Who the hell wants to rummage around behind and under dusty desks trying to find the one CAT5 that works? Well, if you’ve seen the state of many wireless installations that is often the best bet.
Why is wireless painful too? Which of the many security schemes are behind used? What’s the SSID this week, and do you need your RSA token or your corp password? What if you’re a guest? Every organisation seems to have different approaches, and different buildings in the same organisation have different approaches too.
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