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  1. Hello Abhishek

    Let me answer your second question first: Yes, the APs connect via a physical cable to the Access Layer switches.

    Concerning your first question, don’t confuse the terms ACCESS point and ACCESS layer switch. They have different meanings. An Access Layer switch is a switch that resides on the access layer of the three tier network design model: Core, Distribution and Access. The access layer of this model is the portion of the network that connects to the end devices such as phones, PCs, access points and so on. (For more information about th

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  2. Hello Rene,

    Could you please let me know what is your suggestion for a good book for wireless (Beginner to intermediate level)? Thanks in advance.

  3. Thanks Rene,
    I got it 2 days ago and it’s really good book.

    Thanks a lot again Rene!

  4. Good to hear you like it!

    If you want to look at wireless frames, keep in mind that Wireshark on Windows doesn’t show 802.11 frames. Most windows drivers for wireless adapters don’t support “monitor mode”. If you want to look at 802.11 frames, the best thing to do is to download Kali and use one of the supported wireless adapters:

    http://www.wirelesshack.org/best-kali-linux-compatible-usb-adapter-dongles-2016.html

    These support client mode, monitor mode but also packet injection which is great if you are diving into WEP/WPA(2) security and other wireless attacks.

  5. could it be provisioned in collapsed core model too ?

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