A network administrator is configuring a WLAN. Why would the administrator change the default DHCP IPv4 addresses on an AP?

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A network administrator is configuring a WLAN. Why would the administrator change the default DHCP IPv4 addresses on an AP? 1ITExamAnswers Staff asked 10 months ago

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A network administrator is configuring a WLAN. Why would the administrator change the default DHCP IPv4 addresses on an AP?

  • to eliminate outsiders scanning for available SSIDs in the area
  • to reduce the risk of unauthorized APs being added to the network
  • to reduce outsiders intercepting data or accessing the wireless network by using a well-known address range
  • to reduce the risk of interference by external devices such as microwave ovens

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