What happens when a wireless access point is configured to stop broadcasting the SSID?
- Computer access to the wireless access point is restricted.
- The identity of the network is freely broadcast.
- The network is invisible to those who are unaware of the SSID.
- Signals are prevented from transmission outside the boundaries of the local network.
Answers Explanation & Hints:
By default, wireless routers and access points broadcast SSIDs to all computers within the wireless range. This allows any wireless client to detect the network and to connect to it. The SSID broadcast feature can be turned off. When it is turned off, the network is no longer made public. It becomes invisible to clients that are not manually configured with the SSID.