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From: Brooks Davis (brooksone-eyed-alien.net)
Date: Mon May 21 2001 - 11:07:53 CDT
On Sun, May 20, 2001 at 05:35:13PM -0700, Jim Warner wrote:
> So far so good. Note that Hewlett Packard is promising 802.1X support
> in their wired LAN switches in a software revision later this year.
> 802.1X isn't just for wireless.
More accuratly, 802.1x has a hack to support wireless which was added
very late in the game. It was not intended to support wireless until
quite recently. It's designed to solve a similar set of problems, but
in a highly dissimilar environment. The wireless extensions look and
feel like a hack to me.
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