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This article is part of the February 2005 issue of 12 security lessons for CISOs they don't teach you in security school
Odyssey Client 3.03 and Odyssey Server 2.01 Funk Software Price: $2,995 for one server, 25 clients and one year of support Funk's Odyssey Server and Client protect wireless networks from unauthorized access by supporting a variety of 802.1X authentication methods. Funk Software's Odyssey Server and Client are the kind of next-generation WLAN security products enterprises are looking to as wireless deployments grow. WPA-certified Odyssey provides a versatile 802.1X client and WLAN-specific RADIUS server to support the growing number of 802.1X-compliant wireless networks. Enterprises investing heavily in the new wireless technology will appreciate Odyssey's flexibility, interoperability and robust management features. 802.1X, a key component of the 802.11i/Wi-Fi Protected Access initiatives, provides port-level access control, dynamic key management and multiple authentication methods. Exec Summary Extensive interoperability Comprehensive EAP support Easy installation/management Flexible client configuration No client logs The Odyssey Server verifies users ... Access >>>
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