What is SSID

1. SSIDs identify different wireless networks. For example, when you search for available wireless networks on your laptop, the displayed wireless network names are SSIDs.
2. Different devices can be configured with the same SSID, but different BSSIDs, that is, the MAC address.
3. BSSID is the mapping of an AP's MAC address.
4. If multiple SSIDs are the same, you can check whether APs are configured with the same SSID. Fat APs and ACs also share different SSIDs.
5. SSIDs are configured in a service set, and each one maps one service VLAN. If there are multiple address pools or VLANs, add a new service set.

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