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Questions tagged [rogue]

For questions about Rogue access points in Wireless networking. For instance, your branch is in a heavily populated area and you see a lot of rogue access points.

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Rogue Wireless Scanning

Is Rogue Wireless scanning required for a "wired" network? The organization does not have a wireless environment. I am just curious the reasons behind conducting the scan and what is the risk if the ...
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How to avoid end-user connect their wireless router?

I just replaced our network gears with Aruba 2930f. I had gone through all basic security such as DHCP snooping, DHCP trusted port and BDPU. One thing I don't know if I am able to shut down the sw ...
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How can I stop an intruder plugging into an Ethernet wall socket getting access to the network?

Is MAC address filtering the most suitable option to prevent someone connecting their own device to the network by plugging into Ethernet wall sockets? What if they unplug a device and clone its MAC?
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Blocking rogue/malicious dhcpd servers connected via wireless

Is there a way to detect and more importantly block a malicious client from running a dhcpd instance after authenticating to the wireless. We have a wlc but the APs are in L3 capwap mode with local ...
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Rogue RA what is this and how to counter it?

This content comes from one of my lectures on "security" module related to IP V6 section. There is no reference in the suggested book or lecture slides what that exactly is. However it is constantly ...
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How do you prevent rogue wireless access points on a network?

Depending on what type of traffic is going over the network, it's often not feasible that an employee brings a wireless router and sets it up into your network. This is because often, they are not or ...