Wednesday, April 09, 2003

900 MHz Wireless Access Points

At yesterday's Wildpackets seminar, Joe Bardwell mentioned techniques to lessen the chances of finding rouge wireless networks. He said someone wanting to hide a rogue wireless network should use a frequency not currently popular. Given most people run 802.11b at 2.4 GHz or 802.11a at 5 GHz, that leaves something operating at 900 MHz. Thanks to Cisco documentation, I found products by Aironet, which Cisco bought, that run at 900 MHz. They include:

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