By Wi-Fi Planet Staff
December 13, 2007
A round-up of ten must-read stories from our archives that’ll give you the how-to and what-for of Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA).
- December Newsbits
- Toward the Wireless Office
- Wi-Fi Hotspots: Setting Up Public Wireless Internet Access (Part 2)
To help you gain a better understanding of what WPA is, how it works, and why you should be using it, we’ve gathered together our best tutorials on the subject.
One more great reason to leave WEP and switch to WPA.
The first in a two-part series on setting up and securing your home WLAN.
Part two in our series on how to set up multiple SSIDs using DD-WRT and your basic home router.
Learn how to share safely.
An explanation of what WPA is and why you should be using it.
Our guide to understanding WPA-PSK.
Some tips on setting up WPA-PSK.
An early primer on WPA.
Learn how to configure WPA Personal on both Debian clients (and its many offshoots) and Red Hat (and its many spawn).
A thorough deconstruction of WPA, including TKIP.