IAPP – Inter Access Point Protocol
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IAPP – Inter Access Point Protocol

Within an IEEE 802.11 network, Stations may roam between different AP (Access Points). In order to ensure all relevant information is delivered to the correct AP to which the station is associated, an Inter Access Point Protocol is required. This protocol, which is often proprietary, enables multiple AP to communicate and pass information regarding the location of associated Stations.

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