We are bound to deploy a large WLAN at a school here, both for student and employee acess. We have a wired system based on 802.1x and PEAP so we are going to keep PEAP for the WLAN as authentication mechanism.
The AP's will probably be 1230 and a complete mixture of client-adapters (especially from students), we can rule wich adapters the employees are "permitted" to use.
Now to the encryption-issue... As we see it it is the WPA-concept OR dynamic WEP-keys(fast aging of both broadcast and session-keys). What are the pro's and con's here? Considering security and access?(students with adapters that don't support WPA) One option is of course to force users to user WPA-only adapters.
How great is the "realistic" risk of unauthorized access with dynamic wep-keys vs WPA? Is there any documented methods on breaking "5 mins alive"WEP-keys?
I dont think you can run both WPA and WEP in the AP and differentiate in wich SSID the client connects to?
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