As you've seen in this article, PacketFence secures both wired and wireless networks in an efficient way. Offering the same level of security and using the same NAC solution on both networks make PacketFence one of the most essential security tools to have.
“PacketFence” by Ludovic Marcotte and Dominik Gehl, LJ, April 2007: www.linuxjournal.com/article/9551
Inverse—PacketFence VLAN-Based Isolation Mode: www.inverse.ca/contributions/packetfence.html
Net-SNMP—snmptrapd Dæmon: www.net-snmp.org
The FreeRADIUS Project: www.freeradius.org
Regis Balzard (firstname.lastname@example.org) holds a Computer Engineering degree from the Ecole Superieure d'Ingenieurs en Genie Electrique (ESIGELEC) in Rouen, France. He is currently a systems architect for Inverse, Inc., an IT consulting company located in downtown Montréal that specializes in the deployment of infrastructures based on free and open-source components like PacketFence and SOGo.
Dominik Gehl (email@example.com) holds a Master's degree in Computer Science from the University of Montréal. He is currently a systems architect for Inverse, Inc., an IT consulting company located in downtown Montréal that specializes in the deployment of infrastructures based on free and open-source components like PacketFence and SOGo.
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