Extensible Authentication Protocol. A protocol that provides an authentication framework for both wireless and wired Ethernet enterprise networks. It is typically used with a RADIUS server to authenticate users on large networks. EAP protocol types are used in the 802.1X-based authentication in WPA-Enterprise and WPA2-Enterprise. (See 802.1X, EAP, LEAP, RADIUS, TLS, WPA-Enterprise, WPA2-Enterprise).
Specifies a mechanism for mutual authentication and session key agreement using the GSM-SIM and used in GSM-based mobile phone networks.
Extensible Authentication Protocol Transport Layer Security
EAP-Tunneled TLS/Microsoft Challenge Authentication Handshake Protocol. Securely tunnels clients authentication within TLS records
A mechanism for providing data confidentiality. (See 802.11i, RC4, TKIP, WEP, WPA, WPA2).
Any large corporation, business or organization. The enterprise market can incorporate office buildings, manufacturing plants, warehouses and research and development facilities, as well as large colleges and universities.
Extended Service Set Identifier. A name used to identify a wireless network. (See SSID, network name).
The most popular international standard technology for wired Local Area Networks (LANs). It provides from 10 Mbps transmission speeds on basic 10BastT Ethernet networks to 100 Mbps transmission speeds on Fast Ethernet networks, 1000 Mbps on Gigabit Ethernet, and 10,000 Mbps on 10 Gigabit Ethernet. (See 802.3)