James_Francisco wrote:In a new building why have wireless access at all? I'm in the process of provisioning a 16224 sq. ft. Chapel (Full chapel, not a stake center.) that should have between 25 and 29 network jacks throughout the facility.
Also, with a wireless LAN the stake president has direct control over who will receive the needed WPA Key for access and can change it anytime he feels there is a problem. With a large number of "open" wired ports, there is currently no direct control. Whoever plugs in gets full access to the LAN. This opens the possibility for packet sniffing (via ARP poisoning), accidental or intentional virus introductions, or other mischief.