2. SSID is a locally unique identifier for a wireless network.
3. The SSID is often popularly called the network ____.
4. The SSID is broadcast by a _____ _____ _____ in beacon packets to announce the presence of a network.
5. The length of an SSID can be between 0 and 32 bytes.
6. Letters in the SSID are case _______.
7. Routers are usually supplied with a ____ SSID but this can be amended using the admin console.
8. ______ devices such as phones and laptops look for networks broadcasting their SSIDs.
9. ______ SSID broadcast means the SSID of the network will not be visible.
10. It is possible to assign more than one SSID to a wireless access point (WAP). This means multiple networks with potentially different rules can use one WAP.