Wicd wep validating authentication

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The messages to and from the users and the RADIUS server go through a coordinator or middleman, called a network access server (NAS) or RADIUS client, such as your wireless router or APs.

Figure 1 (below) shows a simplistic example of these components and the process of authenticating a user onto a wireless network.

Now as soon as I had heard about this tool, I immediately checked to make sure that WPS was not configured on my router.

As I always configure it manually, I was pretty sure WPS was disabled, and as I thought, WPS was not configured.

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In the first installment of this tutorial series, you discovered that WPA-Enterprise encryption is the way to go if you desire a bulletproof Wi-Fi network.

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