We’ve got 4 APs and 9 SMs all in AES. What do I need to do to get the units secured? Do I have to have a BAM server at the AP location? The manual is somewhat vague on the subject.
BAM this, AES that. I’m so confused! :lol:
If I don’t need a BAM, how do I secure the network from possible intrusion?
We’ll be adding about 28 more AP/SM in the next few months and they’re all AES.
I think we need a “Securing Canopy Networks for Dummies” guide book!
BAM will allow only those SM’s you identify in the database to authenticate. AES provides added protection to the over the air communication.
Does this help?
Ok, I understand the difference now…
So, because we’re not using a BAM server, will AES alone be enough to keep people off of the system? If so, how do I configure it?
No, BAM will keep people off that shouldn’t be there.