802.11 Wireless Networks : The Definitive Guide

802.11 Wireless Networks : The Definitive Guide

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Table of Contents

Preface                                            ix
Introduction to Wireless Networks 1 (6)
Why Wireless? 1 (4)
A Network by Any Other Name 5 (2)
Overview of 802.11 Networks 7 (16)
IEEE 802 Network Technology Family Tree 8 (1)
802.11 Nomenclature and Design 9 (7)
802.11 Network Operations 16 (4)
Mobility Support 20 (3)
The 802.11 MAC 23 (28)
Challenges for the MAC 25 (2)
MAC Access Modes and Timing 27 (4)
Contention-Based Access Using the DCF 31 (3)
Fragmentation and Reassembly 34 (1)
Frame Format 35 (8)
Encapsulation of Higher-Layer Protocols 43 (1)
Within 802.11
Contention-Based Data Service 44 (7)
802.11 Framing in Detail 51 (35)
Data Frames 51 (9)
Control Frames 60 (6)
Management Frames 66 (17)
Frame Transmission and Association and 83 (3)
Authentication States
Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) 86 (13)
Cryptographic Background to WEP 86 (3)
WEP Cryptographic Operations 89 (4)
Problems with WEP 93 (3)
Conclusions and Recommendations 96 (3)
Security, Take 2: 802.1x 99 (15)
The Extensible Authentication Protocol 100(5)
802.1x: Network Port Authentication 105(5)
802.1x on Wireless LANs 110(4)
Management Operations 114(26)
Management Architecture 114(1)
Scanning 115(5)
Authentication 120(4)
Association 124(4)
Power Conservation 128(9)
Timer Synchronization 137(3)
Contention-Free Service with the PCF 140(11)
Contention-Free Access Using the PCF 140(4)
Detailed PCF Framing 144(5)
Power Management and the PCF 149(2)
Physical Layer Overview 151(13)
Physical-Layer Architecture 151(1)
The Radio Link 152(6)
RF and 802.11 158(6)
The ISM PHYs: FH, DS, and HR/DS 164(34)
802.11 FH PHY 164(12)
802.11 DS PHY 176(13)
802.11b: HR/DSSS PHY 189(9)
802.11a: 5-GHz OFDM PHY 198(16)
Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing 199(6)
(OFDM)
OFDM as Applied by 802.11a 205(3)
OFDM PLCP 208(3)
OFDM PMD 211(1)
Characteristics of the OFDM PHY 212(2)
Using 802.11 on Windows 214(22)
Nokia C110/C111 215(14)
Lucent ORINOCO 229(7)
Using 802.11 on Linux 236(26)
A Few Words on 802.11 Hardware 237(1)
PCMCIA Support on Linux 238(6)
linux-wlan-ng for Intersil-Based Cards 244(10)
Agere (Lucent) Orinoco 254(8)
Using 802.11 Access Points 262(31)
General Functions of an Acces Point 262(7)
ORiNOCO (Lucent) AP-1000 Access Point 269(10)
Nokia A032 Access Point 279(14)
802.11 Network Deployment 293(36)
The Topology Archetype 294(13)
Project Planning 307(7)
The Site Survey 314(11)
Installation and the Final Rollout 325(4)
802.11 Network Analysis 329(39)
Why Use a Network Analyzer? 329(2)
802.11 Network Analyzers 331(1)
Commercial Network Analyzers 332(1)
Ethereal 332(16)
802.11 Network Analysis Examples 348(15)
Airsnort 363(5)
802.11 Performance Tuning 368(8)
Tuning Radio Management 368(3)
Tuning Power Management 371(2)
Timing Operations 373(1)
Physical Operations 373(1)
Summary of Tunable Parameters 374(2)
The Future, at Least for 802.11 376(7)
Current Standards Work 376(2)
The Longer Term 378(4)
The End 382(1)
A. 802.11 MIB 383(13)
B. 802.11 on the Macintosh 396(15)
Glossary 411(8)
Index 419