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History of Wireless Technologies The 1970s The First Wireless Networks The 1980s Wireless Markets Start to Evolve The 1990s Wireless Networks Mature The Mid-1990s Other Wireless Networks Emerge The Late 1990s The Wireless Internet Emerges History of Wireless Security Eavesdropping and Jamming The Wireless Internet Wireless Security Moves into the Mainstream Wireless Value Chain State of the Wireless Industry, 2001 North American Wireless Industry, 2001 European Wireless Industry, 2001 Japanese Wireless Industry, 2001 Asian Wireless Industry, 2001 Conclusion
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key, even punctuation marks. If 40-bit WEP is selected, the keys must have 10 alphanumeric characters; if 128-bit WEP is selected, the keys must have 26 alphanumeric characters. As noted earlier, the keys must be identical for all client adapters associated with the same AP. The client configuration tool enables multiple static WEP keys to be entered so the client device can associate with APs on different networks. Each key can be separately identified as being 40/64-bit or 128-bit WEP. If a device receives a packet that is not encrypted with the appropriate key, the device discards the packet and it is never delivered to the intended receiver. Static WEP keys are write-only and temporary, and are lost when power to the adapter is removed or the Windows device is rebooted. Although the keys are temporary, they are not reentered with the configuration utility each time the client adapter is inserted or the Windows device is rebooted. Because the keys are encrypted and stored in the registry of the Windows device, when the driver loads and reads the client adapter s registry parameters, it also finds the static WEP keys, decrypts them, and stores them in volatile memory on the adapter. AP Authentication This setting enables the network administrator to specify whether the client device will use open authentication or shared key authentication. As described earlier, open authentication enables the client to begin a conversation with the AP without being challenged. This mode of operation provides no security at all. Shared key authentication enables client adapters to communicate only with APs that have the same secret key. Association to Mixed Cells This setting is used to indicate whether or not the client adapter can associate with an AP that allows both WEP and non-WEP associations. However, it is not recommended that WEP-enabled and WEP-disabled clients be allowed in the same cell because broadcast packets will be sent unencrypted, even to clients running WEP.
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Many traditional retailers have long known the power of customer trade-ins to source inventory and generate more sales. You frequently see this practice used in book and music stores, camera shops, sporting goods stores, and, of course, car dealerships. There s a nifty new eBay tool that allows you to utilize this sourcing and sales tactic. The Trade-In System, created by eBay Certified Provider Infopia, is an automated system whereby potential buyers enter the specific details of the item they d like to trade-in. From this information, a trade-in value is assigned to the preowned goods. Then the buyer shops for the new merchandise they desire and ships the preowned goods to the seller. When the item is received, the value is credited toward the purchase of new goods. Not only is this a fantastic way to source inexpensive inventory, but it also encourages buying behavior. More information can be found at Figure 7-1 shows the Web site for Dallas Golf, a Titanium PowerSeller that buys approximately a third of all used golf clubs in the country. The company has increased revenue by more than 200 percent using Infopia s TradeIn System.
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