4.2.4 Network name (SSID)
A network name, or “Service Set Identifier (SSID)”, identifies a particular wireless
network. In order to operate on a network, a device must know the network's network
A wireless network only has one network name.
A given location, such as an office, may have several wireless networks, each with
a different network name. Wireless devices use network names to identify
overlapping wireless networks.
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