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Re: restricting wireless access



also sprach Jeremy T. Bouse <jbouse@debian.org> [2003.01.11.0016 +0100]:
> 	Does the AP have anyway to stop broadcasting it's SSID? If it
> doesn't broadcast then they would have to know your SSID in order to
> make use of your AP... Another idea is if you have a firewall in place
> already as it seems, what are the chances of being able to put a
> seperate NIC in the firewall and have the AP connect to it then you
> could use iptables MAC support to allow traffic through...

the NIC is a possibility, but MAC authentication is a joke.

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