A UC520 with an integrated AP can be used in order to provide WiFi coverage if the desired service area is within the vicinity of the physical UC520 unit. This option is optimal for a small office environment that installs the UC520 as a desktop unit.
The integrated Autonomous Access Point on the UC520 supports the following Authentication and the Encryption Types.
Authentication types supported on the UC520 using the Cisco Configuration Assistant
For generic information on understanding authentication types please refer to the following link (Note: Not all the authentication types are supported with the integrated Access Point)
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