An introduction to how wireless devices are authenticated by wireless networks. Presentation will begin with the simplest case of how an end user can secure a single wireless router at home then launch into how secure authentication works in large scale campus wireless deployments. Audience members will end up going down the rabbit hole and be exposed to the "how things work" of wireless authentication and RADIUS at a level no sane person would chose to experience.
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Location: Rockefeller Hall 200, Vassar College
MHVLUG returns to Rockefeller Hall for the[masked] Vassar Academic year. The best parking on site is the north lot of campus, which is accessible off of Collegeview Ave in Poughkeepsie. Once you are parked in the north lot walk south along North Drive. Rockefeller Hall is on the right, somewhat set back, as you walk down the main stretch. Enter the hall and go to the second floor. Room 200 is at the top of the stairs. The room will be open at 5pm, and people are welcome to come early.
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