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What is 802.1X? How is it applied to network architecture? Discuss how you would implement 802.1X on your network and what security concepts does it govern?

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The complete name of the referred standard is IEEE 802.1X; it contains the definition of a client-server-based methodology based on access control and authentication protocol. It has a pronounced role in ensuring security because the unauthorized devices are prevented from connecting to a LAN through accessible ports. At the same time, the standard (which is part of the broader 802.1 suite) defines the ways how devices can connect to a LAN or WAN. It is also referred as “port-based access control” because...

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