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Wireless networking is a method by which homes, telecommunications networks and enterprise (business) installations avoid the costly process of introducing cables into a building, or as a connection between various equipment locations. Wireless telecommunications networks are generally implemented and administered using radio communication. This implementation takes place at the physical level (layer) of the OSI model network structure. The key hardware components of a wireless computer network include adapters, routers and access points, antennas and repeaters.

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I generated a self signed cert for my vWLC using this guide: Guide (http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/docs/wireless/5500-series-wireless-controllers/115988-nps-wlc-config-000.html). We recently …

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Is there a printer that is portable and I can do two sided printing legal or letter paper wirelessly from my iPhone?

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In a question placed previously regarding slow internet, an EE recommended the use of Acrylic Wi-Fi.  When we placed an image of the display of the apps (see pix below), the EE could recommended to …

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Hello I have a UniFi AP Ubiquiti access point I had to do a hard reset but my question is should I name the SSID and web key the same as the main router in the office or would that create trouble?

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Where can I setup a Linksys EA8500 to allow rdp (port 3389) to internal pc through port 8080 ?

Thx.

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For years we have been using directional Black Box LWE120 equipment for outdoor wireless connectivity in the range of 500' - 1500'.  Each radio only costs $100, plus they are easy to configure, and …

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When I put my mouse and sat on the icon to display which wireless internet I was connected to ,   it read  "  WeCanhearyouhaving sex"   as the network.  This alarmed me, I never say this before. and I…

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We have a Linksys EA6300 wifi router in an office. It has worked fine for a while. Now when it's plugged in, computers connected to some of the network ports (Enterasys POE switch) will lose network …

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I pay $222/month and I get:

- Land line
- FIOS Internet
- Cable TV

But I watch only a few channels and feel ripped off.

What options do I have?

I like having a land line for a phone …

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Are there general guidelines for Access Point placement in warehouse environments? I was analyzing a site with the local IT person and we found for example that sometimes you could be directly …

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The wireless don't know where connected in , is there anyway to erease it from my network ?


screenshot next,

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We have a SonicWall NSA 220 configured and working with 2 x SonicPoint NE'2 configured and working. We are trying to add a SonicPoint N2 and have tried a directly configured port in the WLAN zone and …

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Hi Guys,

We have a small 600 square foot office with some private offices. We are looking to replace our old Linksys Router with something that is faster and can handle more throughput. Also the …

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I just bought a new Edimax EW-7833UAC USB wireless adapter and successfully configured it for my mid-2009 MacBook Pro. The reason I bought it is because the built-in wireless card inside my Mac is old…

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I have using TP-link wireless router and some of the coverage is not too good.

Just wonder whehter I should buy a Range extender (eg. …

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Is there any software to test the wifi keyboard and mouse (ie. automatically stimulate the mouse / keyword click over a long period)

Currently, I use a USB to connect my computer and the monitor. …

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I have a Cisco WRVS4400N router.
Firmware is up to date.
Current test on all machines in my network hardwired is 26 mbps down and 5 up.
Wireless speeds are between 2-4 mbps down and 2-3 up.
I have…

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I am helping out a client that is surrounded by the 2.4ghz wireless band frequency. We added a Ubiquiti LR AP PRO wireless Access Point to the network. Her computers are now running great on wireless …

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I have to swap out the cable modem provided to my by my internet service provider and need to decide if I want the replacement to include my wireless access (at a monthly cost) or purchase my own …

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I have a CISCO wireless controller 2500 series and I have a new AP model cisco air-cap-1532i-b-k9, I added the AP, but it is showing down.

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Hi all

Im struggeling finding a accesspoint. Can you help?

We are down to 2. Cisco Meraki or Zyxel WAC:

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Hello - I have a client machine that I want to force onto a newer access point, even though it is a little farther away.  Can I specify the mac address of the access point to connect to somehow?

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So.

I just walked into a bit of a mess of a networking closet.

Right now it goes like this

Comcast modem/router combo going into a netgear router (used as an access point) and into three …

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I'm supporting a school that does not have an IT support staff and they want to use MAC address filtering to protect their network.  Currently they have 5 UniFI APs, a ZyXEL USG40 and a newly …

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If a London tube/metro train is setting from an below ground station and there is good wifi coverage and I'm in the last carriage, why is my iPhone not able to continue to receive data before it …

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Wireless Hardware

11K

Solutions

9

Articles & Videos

15K

Contributors

Wireless networking is a method by which homes, telecommunications networks and enterprise (business) installations avoid the costly process of introducing cables into a building, or as a connection between various equipment locations. Wireless telecommunications networks are generally implemented and administered using radio communication. This implementation takes place at the physical level (layer) of the OSI model network structure. The key hardware components of a wireless computer network include adapters, routers and access points, antennas and repeaters.

Related Topics

  1. Wireless Networking
  2. Networking
  3. Routers
  4. Networking Hardware-Other
  5. Windows XP
  6. Laptops Notebooks