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    Leave Two considerations

    I don't get the meaning of some sentence:

    ( en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IEEE_802.11i-2004 )
    "The authentication process leaves two considerations: the access point (AP) still needs to authenticate itself to the client station (STA), and keys to encrypt the traffic need to be derived."

    What does "leave" mean in this context?

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    Re: Leave Two considerations

    Quote Originally Posted by masc View Post
    I don't get the meaning of some this sentence:

    ( en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IEEE_802.11i-2004 )
    "The authentication process leaves two considerations: the access point (AP) still needs to authenticate itself to the client station (STA), and keys to encrypt the traffic need to be derived."

    What does "leave" mean in this context?
    It's kind of like "produce" or even "leave behind," something remains to deal with. In your sentence, it's like saying:

    When thinking about the authentication process, two things need to be considered.
    Two considerations are there and we have to think about them.
    Because we're now doing the authentication process, two things are necessary to consider.

    Something common that you're likely to hear with "leave" in this context are choices and options:

    "Your car is broken down, so that leaves you two options to get to school: bus or bike."
    "My essay is due tomorrow morning, so that leaves me two choices/options: stay up all night writing or turn my essay in late."
    "You leave me no choice but to break up with you."

    (not a teacher, just a language lover)
    Last edited by FreeToyInside; 28-Jul-2013 at 06:03.

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    Re: Leave Two considerations

    (I am not a teacher)
    I agree with "FreeToyInside".
    Last edited by userdownload2012; 28-Jul-2013 at 14:10.

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    Re: Leave Two considerations

    Quote Originally Posted by userdownload2012 View Post
    I agree with "FreeToyInside".
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