I need a Wi-Fi router that acts more like a hub. I have a network setup with DHCP server, gateway, etc. I also have a typical Wi-Fi router. The problem is the Wi-Fi router does NAT. It has its own DHCP server and on my network every Wi-Fi connected device has the IP of the [...]
Answer Question | February 7, 2013 6:18 PM
DHCP, Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi router
Hello. I am an Austrian pupil who is being educated to become a computer scientist. My current problem is that my school (about 750 people) needs WiFi. The WiFi is supposed to be usable with any Wi-Fi device (Phone, Tablet, laptop,…). However our teachers are supposed to operate without any blocks while the students are [...]
Answer Question | January 31, 2013 2:01 PM
Access Control Server, Wi-Fi, Wi-FI connection
How do I get Wi-Fi on my broadband PC? I am with talk talk.
Answer Question | December 26, 2012 11:12 AM
Wi-Fi, Wi-FI connection
When WiFi scans at first and finds a lot of networks and connects to one of them but after few seconds, scans again and couldn’t find the networks which was found earlier. Why?
Answer Question | October 18, 2012 3:39 AM
Wi-Fi, Wi-FI connection
I am having windows 7 Pro in my Lenovo Laptop. 2 weeks back I had not problems related to Wi-Fi – it used to connect to the available connections. Since last two weeks, it connects only when i restart my laptop and once connected, loses the connection, the moment it goes to sleep mode, or [...]
Answer Question | March 27, 2012 1:27 PM
lenovo, Wi-Fi, Windows 7 Pro
Do you have wi-fi any where you go?
Answer Question | February 28, 2012 9:13 PM
Mobile, mobile connection, Wi-Fi
We have a set of dell corporate laptops. Can we extend the wifi’s range on them to be able to pick up signals further away? We are working with Windows Vista and 802.11 G wireless mini pci cards.
Answer Question | August 24, 2010 7:52 PM
802.11g, Wi-Fi, Windows Vista, Wireless in 2010, Wireless Network, Wireless networking, Wireless Signal
hi i have one wireless Linksys usb network adaptor , i connect it to my Laptop after getting signal internet start normally .know question is that i want to use my laptop as a wireless repeater .( like attach one router to laptop and getting signal in my place) actually in my room there is very low [...]
Answer Question | August 19, 2010 9:26 AM
TCP/IP, Wi-Fi, Wireless in 2010, Wireless networking
Hi all, I’m looking for ways to keep WiFi access under control in our office. We have a Panera and a other few open hotspots around us, and I just wanted to monitor what was out there and help keep everyone on the right networks. I’ve heard some people used Back Track LiveCD, but wondering [...]
Answer Question | April 2, 2010 5:36 PM
Mobile Computing in 2010, security tools, Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi security, Wireless security
I have a network scenario like this A (wireless client) AP—–B (wired) When sending a packet/data from A to B, what is background process that happens between A->AP, AP->B and vice-versa. It would be great if someone can explain at packet level
Answer Question | January 29, 2010 10:15 AM
Wi-Fi, Wireless, Wireless networking, WLAN, WLAN access points
I am new to networking and need to know what wireless networking equipment I need to set up a business network in a concrete building (consisting of 14 floors and 173 units). A site survey was done (by a company that is no longer in business), and they assessed that I need two wireless routers [...]
Answer Question | July 26, 2011 1:48 PM
Wi-Fi, Wireless Access Point, Wireless networking
I’ve heard varying reports on how well Meru wireless APs work, and was curious if anyone has some hands on experience they’d be willing to share. Does the mesh technology cause any problems? Does it make life simpler from a management perspective? Thanks for any thoughts you could share!
Answer Question | October 6, 2009 2:22 PM
Meru, Wi-Fi, Wireless networking
Does exposure to wi fi radiation cause any health risks to children or adults?
Answer Question | June 28, 2010 5:26 PM
Wi-Fi, Wifi, Wireless networking
In my neighborhood, I see seven wireless access points with strong signals. That’s only the access points, I have no idea how many users. In such a situation, one would expect collisions and intermittent lost connections. That’s what I see. Any way to confirm that the lost connections are in fact due to crowded airwaves?
Answer Question | March 30, 2009 10:03 PM
Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi hotspot, Wireless connectivity, Wireless interference, Wireless networks
how can i search for available wireless networks using ubuntu it just asks me about the name of the network ?!!
Answer Question | March 23, 2009 3:56 PM
Ubuntu, Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi hotspot, Wireless access
I travel in my business and often use public WiFi’s (hotels, airport etc.). My wifi works fine until one day (different for each location) it stops working. I have good connection and an IP address bu my internet will not connect. Would appreciate if someone had a suggestion for a solution. Thanks.
Answer Question | March 30, 2009 7:16 AM
Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi hotspot, Wireless access, Wireless connection, Wireless connectivity
I have a Linksys wireless router and it works fine – but i want to add my FP printer to my network. I bought a D-Link 1260 Print Server and connected the D-link 1260 Print Server to the printer USB port but I have very hard time connecting via Wi-Fi. Can anyone help me? I [...]
Answer Question | December 10, 2008 7:36 PM
D-Link 1260 Print Server, Linksys, Network connectivity, Print Server, USB, Wi-Fi, Wireless networking, Wireless router
I am having problems trying to access the internet on a PC running vista that is also used s an AS/400 terminal. Supposedly the IT guy at work says it can’t be done and we will have to wipe vista off and install XP instead. the AS/400 is tied in to the LAN port and [...]
Answer Question | November 17, 2008 3:07 AM
AS/400 terminal, Firewalls, Internet access, Norton Firewall, Vista, Vista compatibility, Vista downgrade, Wi-Fi, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Wireless connection
I am trying to connect to my company’s wi fi network. Is it neccessary to know the SSID name and the WEP Or WPA key? Also can we try sniffers like aircap to gather and capture the required credentials. Do tools like these capture the SSID name and the encryption key also?
Answer Question | September 10, 2008 9:09 AM
SSID, WEP, Wi-Fi, Wireless, Wireless access, Wireless networks, Wireless security, WPA
Currently, I installed a USB WiFi thumb into my XP which has already a ethernet connection. I found that my XP will soon halt for a while repeatly after I get connected with the USB WiFi. I have tried to delete all the network drive. It seems better, but still has the problem. Any solution?
Answer Question | September 1, 2008 6:09 AM
USB Wi-Fi Adaptor, Wi-Fi, Windows XP