- The lightweight AP will forward captured traffic to a PC running network analyzer software.
- The lightweight AP will check for IDS events and determine the position of stations through location-based services.
- The lightweight AP will dedicate all of the physical radios to receiving 802.11 traffic from other sources.
- The lightweight AP will correlate MAC addresses heard on the wired network with those heard over the air to detect rogue devices.
- The lightweight AP will offer one or more functioning BSSs on a specific channel.
Explanation: Once a special mode is activated on a lightweight AP, local mode and the corresponding BSSs will be disabled. A lightweight AP acting as a sniffer will dedicate all of the radios to receiving 802.11 traffic from other sources and forwarding that traffic to a PC that has network analyzer software installed.
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