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Wi-Fi Technology : 

Wi-Fi Technology

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Submitted By AFSAR BAIG Information Science

Agenda : 

Agenda Introduction Wi-Fi Technologies Wi-Fi Architecture Wi-Fi Network Elements How a Wi-Fi Network Works Wi-Fi Network Topologies Wi-Fi Configurations Applications of Wi-Fi Wi-Fi Security Advantages/ Disadvantages of Wi-Fi

Introduction : 

Introduction Wireless Technology is an alternative to Wired Technology, which is commonly used, for connecting devices in wireless mode. Wi-Fi (Wireless Fidelity) is a generic term that refers to the IEEE 802.11 communications standard for Wireless Local Area Networks (WLANs). Wi-Fi Network connect computers to each other, to the internet and to the wired network.

The Wi-Fi Technology : 

The Wi-Fi Technology Wi-Fi Networks use Radio Technologies to transmit & receive data at high speed: IEEE 802.11b IEEE 802.11a IEEE 802.11g

IEEE 802.11b : 

IEEE 802.11b Appear in late 1999 Operates at 2.4GHz radio spectrum 11 Mbps (theoretical speed) - within 30 m Range 4-6 Mbps (actual speed) 100 -150 feet range Most popular, Least Expensive Interference from mobile phones and Bluetooth devices which can reduce the transmission speed.

IEEE 802.11a : 

IEEE 802.11a Introduced in 2001 Operates at 5 GHz (less popular) 54 Mbps (theoretical speed) 15-20 Mbps (Actual speed) 50-75 feet range More expensive Not compatible with 802.11b

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Access point Adapters Components of Wi-Fi

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Wi-Fi Antenna Wi-Fi Bridge

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PCI cards that accept wireless PC cards External USB wireless NICs

How a Wi-Fi Network Works : 

How a Wi-Fi Network Works Basic concept is same as Walkie talkies. A Wi-Fi hotspot is created by installing an access point to an internet connection. An access point acts as a base station. When Wi-Fi enabled device encounters a hotspot the device can then connect to that network wirelessly. A single access point can support up to 30 users and can function within a range of 100 – 150 feet indoors and up to 300 feet outdoors. Many access points can be connected to each other via Ethernet cables to create a single large network. ?

Wi-Fi Network Topologies : 

Wi-Fi Network Topologies AP-based topology (Infrastructure Mode) Peer-to-peer topology (Ad-hoc Mode) Point-to-multipoint bridge topology

AP-based topology : 

AP-based topology The client communicate through Access Point. BSA-RF coverage provided by an AP. ESA-It consists of 2 or more BSA. ESA cell includes 10-15% overlap to allow roaming.

Peer-to-peer topology : 

Peer-to-peer topology AP is not required. Client devices within a cell can communicate directly with each other. It is useful for setting up of a wireless network quickly and easily.

Point-to-multipoint bridge topology : 

Point-to-multipoint bridge topology This is used to connect a LAN in one building to a LANs in other buildings even if the buildings are miles apart.These conditions receive a clear line of sight between buildings. The line-of-sight range varies based on the type of wireless bridge and antenna used as well as the environmental conditions.

Wi-Fi Configurations : 

Wi-Fi Configurations

Wi-Fi Configurations : 

Wi-Fi Configurations

Wi-Fi Configurations : 

Wi-Fi Configurations

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Wi-Fi communication

Wi-Fi Applications : 

Wi-Fi Applications Home Small Businesses or SOHO Large Corporations & Campuses Health Care Wireless ISP (WISP) Travellers

Wi-Fi Security Threats : 

Wi-Fi Security Threats Wireless technology doesn’t remove any old security issues, but introduces new ones Eavesdropping Man-in-the-middle attacks Denial of Service

Eavesdropping : 

Eavesdropping Easy to perform, almost impossible to detect By default, everything is transmitted in clear text Usernames, passwords, content ... No security offered by the transmission medium Different tools available on the internet Network sniffers, protocol analysers . . . Password collectors With the right equipment, it’s possible to eavesdrop traffic from few kilometers away

MITM Attack : 

MITM Attack Attacker spoofes a disassociate message from the victim The victim starts to look for a new access point, and the attacker advertises his own AP on a different channel, using the real AP’s MAC address The attacker connects to the real AP using victim’s MAC address

Denial of Service : 

Denial of Service Attack on transmission frequecy used Frequency jamming Not very technical, but works Attack on MAC layer Spoofed deauthentication / disassociation messages can target one specific user Attacks on higher layer protocol (TCP/IP protocol) SYN Flooding

Wi-Fi Security : 

Wi-Fi Security The requirements for Wi-Fi network security can be broken down into two primary components: Authentication User Authentication Server Authentication Privacy

Authentication : 

Authentication Keeping unauthorized users off the network User Authentication Authentication Server is used Username and password Risk: Data (username & password) send before secure channel established Prone to passive eavesdropping by attacker Solution Establishing a encrypted channel before sending username and password

Authentication (cont..) : 

Authentication (cont..) Server Authentication Digital Certificate is used Validation of digital certificate occurs automatically within client software

Wi-Fi Security Techniques : 

Wi-Fi Security Techniques Service Set Identifier (SSID) Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) 802.1X Access Control Wireless Protected Access (WPA) IEEE 802.11i

Service Set Identifier (SSID) : 

Service Set Identifier (SSID) SSID is used to identify an 802.11 network It can be pre-configured or advertised in beacon broadcast It is transmitted in clear text Provide very little security

Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) : 

Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) Provide same level of security as by wired network Original security solution offered by the IEEE 802.11 standard Uses RC4 encryption with pre-shared keys and 24 bit initialization vectors (IV) key schedule is generated by concatenating the shared secret key with a random generated 24-bit IV 32 bit ICV (Integrity check value) No. of bits in keyschedule is equal to sum of length of the plaintext and ICV

Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) (cont.) : 

Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) (cont.) 64 bit preshared key-WEP 128 bit preshared key-WEP2 Encrypt data only between 802.11 stations.once it enters the wired side of the network (between access point) WEP is no longer valid Security Issue with WEP Short IV Static key Offers very little security at all

802.1x Access Control : 

802.1x Access Control Designed as a general purpose network access control mechanism Not Wi-Fi specific Authenticate each client connected to AP (for WLAN) or switch port (for Ethernet) Authentication is done with the RADIUS server, which ”tells” the access point whether access to controlled ports should be allowed or not AP forces the user into an unauthorized state user send an EAP start message AP return an EAP message requesting the user’s identity Identity send by user is then forwared to the authentication server by AP Authentication server authenticate user and return an accept or reject message back to the AP If accept message is return, the AP changes the client’s state to authorized and normal traffic flows

802.1x Access Control : 

802.1x Access Control

Wireless Protected Access (WPA) : 

Wireless Protected Access (WPA) WPA is a specification of standard based, interoperable security enhancements that strongly increase the level of data protection and access control for existing and future wireless LAN system. User Authentication 802.1x EAP TKIP (Temporal Key Integrity Protocol) encryption RC4, dynamic encryption keys (session based) 48 bit IV per packet key mixing function Fixes all issues found from WEP Uses Message Integrity Code (MIC) Michael Ensures data integrity Old hardware should be upgradeable to WPA

Wireless Protected Access (WPA)(cont.) : 

Wireless Protected Access (WPA)(cont.) WPA comes in two flavors WPA-PSK use pre-shared key For SOHO environments Single master key used for all users WPA Enterprise For large organisation Most secure method Unique keys for each user Separate username & password for each user

WPA and Security : 

WPA and Security Data is encrypted Protection against eavesdropping and man-in-the-middle attacks Denial of Service Attack based on fake massages can not be used. As a security precaution, if WPA equipment sees two packets with invalid MICs within a second, it disassociates all its clients, and stops all activity for a minute Only two packets a minute enough to completely stop a wireless network Threats

802.11i : 

802.11i Provides standard for WLAN security Authentication 802.1x Data encryption AES protocol is used Secure fast handoff-This allow roaming between APs without requiring client to fully reauthenticate to every AP. Will require new hardware

Advantages : 

Advantages Mobility Ease of Installation Flexibility Cost Reliability Security Use unlicensed part of the radio spectrum Roaming Speed

Limitations : 

Limitations Interference Degradation in performance High power consumption Limited range

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