LinuxSecurity.com – Setting up proper security for your wireless network is important, but the hardware and software associated with such a project isn't free. One of the great appeals of Linux has always been that it can turn the kind of legacy, Intel-based hardware that most shops have lying around into useful appliances. This tutorial shows you how to use Linux to set up a cost-effective wireless authentication gateway.
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