What is the purpose of a wireless SSID?
- to reliably receive and transmit data from wireless clients
- to uniquely identify a wireless network
- to securely connect a wireless client to an access point
- to securely transmit data between wireless clients
Explanation: A Service Set Identifier (SSID) is a 32-byte field used to uniquely identify a wireless network. The SSID is configured on the access point or wireless router and is transmitted in packets and broadcasts by default.
Exam with this question: 16.4.2 Module 16 – Configure Network and Device Security Quiz