Student or Learner
I need some help with the meaning of some possibly poorly written sentence:
"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? Would "leaves two considerations to deal with" be better?
Pope of the Dictionary.com Forum
not a teacher
"leaves two considerations" = leaves two matters/factors/aspects to be considered.
So you don't need to say that they are to be "considered" and "dealt with".
Clone of banned user.