This MIB defines the root node and TC for 802.11 features.
By this way, the MIB series for 802.11 will be easily maintained.


IEEE 802.11
Standard to encourage interoperability among
wireless networking equipment.

IEEE 802.11a
This is a high speed physical layer extension to
the 802.11 standard on the 5 GHz band.

IEEE 802.11b
High-rate wireless LAN standard for wireless
data transfer at up to 11 Mbps.

IEEE 802.11g
Higher Speed Physical Layer (PHY) Extension to
IEEE 802.11b, will boost wireless LAN speed to 54
Mbps by using OFDM (orthogonal frequency division
multiplexing). The IEEE 802.11g specification is
backward compatible with the widely deployed IEEE
802.11b standard.
When configure radio with as bg mode, it means that
radio will be compatible to 802.11b and 802.11g.
When configure radio with as g mode, it means that
radio will be only compatible to 802.11g.

IEEE 802.11i
As 802.11 has lot of deficiency in wireless security
domain, especially for enterprise custom, IEEE defined
a new standard 802.11i to extend security feature of
802.11 standard.

The authentication and key management method defined by
802.11i, and which includes 802.1x and pre-shared key.

Imported Objects

hh3cDot11Common .
hh3cDot11ElementGroup .
hh3cDot11APElementTable .
hh3cDot11APElementEntry .
hh3cDot11APElementIndex .
hh3cDot11APElementTemplateName .
hh3cDot11APElementSerialID .
hh3cDot11APElementModelAlias .
hh3cDot11RadioElementTable .
hh3cDot11RadioElementEntry .
hh3cDot11RadioElementRadioNum .
hh3cDot11RadioElementRadioPolicy .
hh3cDot11RadioElementRadioIndex .