What statements about the SSID are true? (Choose two)
The SSID is a security session identifier used in RSNs.
The SSID must be included in an association request frame.
The SSID is an alphanumeric value assigned to device manufacturers by the IEEE.
The SSID is a pseudo-random number assigned to each client by an AP.
The SSID is an alphanumeric value with a maximum length of 32 octets.
When configuring a new network, creating an SSID is optional.