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The service quality experienced by a user with the EDCA mechanism of the upcoming 802.11e standard depends on a number of configurable parameters, namely CWmin, CWmax, AIF S and T XOP limit. WLAN stations are supposed to use the parameter configurations that the Access Point (AP) of the WLAN distributes with the beacon frames. However, a user can maliciously configure the parameters of his WLAN station in order to obtain a better service. In this paper, we address the issue of detectingdoi:10.1109/glocom.2005.1578384 dblp:conf/globecom/SerranoBK05 fatcat:ovkupiniifggviutwpjzkkqfdu