Re: Hotspot Security in 30 minutes?

Only if you have already finished setting up the VPN your clients are
going to use for secondary security and authentication.

But wait, you said 'hotspot' not 'access point'. So YES, you can do it
in 30 minutes because all hotspots are inherently public, thus insecure,
so you don't need to bother. Just enable 'client isolation' feature to
give the appearance that you care about security to your clients. They
can be responsible for their own security after that.

streetshare@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
30 minutes enough to make safe a wireless hotspot?

Thank you, Paolo

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