Does a 802.11n access point or router offer an expanded range to 802.11g devices? Thanks.
Answer Question | August 18, 2008 12:57 PM
802.11g, 802.11n, Access Points, Networking Channel, Routers, Wi-Fi, Wireless networking
I am currently installing a WIFI system for a company that does not want their system to be noticed on the network. I need to know if I need to install an additional cable modem, or can I use the same modem they connect. The company has 1 cable modem, 3 workstations, and one wired [...]
Answer Question | August 8, 2008 7:44 AM
Network design, Wi-Fi, Wireless networking, Wireless security
I tried to connect 2 Cisco 1310 for a building to building connection via Wi-Fi. I used the following sample configs found in this tip, called Configure Cisco wireless bridges for point-to-point networking. One the Cisco 1310 Access Points/Bridges starts up and the connection stays up for a few seconds but then it drops. Any [...]
Answer Question | August 5, 2008 7:02 PM
Access Points, Cisco 1310, Routers, Wi-Fi, Wireless networking, Wireless routers
How secured is Wi-Fi as compared to Wired Network? What are its Pros and Cons?
Answer Question | April 8, 2011 7:21 AM
Wi-Fi, Wireless security
How to identify fake access point in wifi hotspots and how to prevent it?
Answer Question | July 23, 2008 10:05 PM
Hotspots, Wi-Fi, Wireless security
what is the difference between cisco and dlink wifi solution??
Answer Question | July 7, 2008 4:37 AM
Cisco, D-Link, Networking, Wi-Fi
This is a weird one and I don’t know what to make of it or what next steps to take to troubleshoot it: Basically, my WiFi NIC has all of a sudden started blocking port 443 (SSL). I have a Dell Inspiron 300m laptop (running Windows XP Pro SP2) with a TrueMobile 1300 WLAN card; [...]
Answer Question | July 2, 2008 2:26 AM
802.11, Cisco VPN, Dell Inspiron 300M, HTTPS, Port 443, SSL, TrueMobile 1300, Wi-Fi, Windows XP, Wireless PC cards
My hotel room has both Wi-Fi and wired Internet access. The Wi-Fi is marginal so I’m trying to use the cat5 wired connection. My laptop defaults to the Wi-Fi connection. How can I force my computer to use the wired connection as opposed to the Wi-Fi one? This question was asked by a SearchNetworking.com reader.
Answer Question | July 8, 2008 5:26 PM
Mobile, Networking, Wi-Fi, Wireless networking
How do you determine how many routers you will need for a wireless network?
Answer Question | May 9, 2008 2:19 PM
caculating, configuration, network areas, Network design, Routers, Wi-Fi, Wireless, Wireless Access Points
Ive got the basics on home networking down pretty well but when it comes to subnets, I get lost. Here’s the scenario… WWW–> router 1–>gateway 192.168.1.1/255.255.255.0, wireless G AP, set to auto dhcp, max 50 clients, and has 2-3 hosts (2 cat5, 1 wifi) set to auto config dhcp. Lets call this side A router [...]
Answer Question | August 5, 2011 3:52 AM
Home networks, Subnets, Wi-Fi, Wireless networking, Wireless routers
Hi, I’ve got a Laptop with Vista Home Premium which has a Wi-fi adaptor built-in. The laptop is connected to my home network using ethernet UTP and has an internet connection through the network. What I’d like to be able to do is share the internet connection through the Wi-fi (to allow internet acces for [...]
Answer Question | April 28, 2008 2:05 PM
Laptop computers, Network connectivity, Vista, Wi-Fi
Ok, so I recently switched from Verizon Wireless using the Treo 700W to T-Mobile using the Blackberry 8820 with WiFi. When using the Treo 700w, I used a wireless card in the slot to access my wireless internet at home without using any cell phone minutes. It was a completely separate function and I liked [...]
Answer Question | April 15, 2008 3:56 PM
BlackBerry, Mobile devices, T-Mobile, Wi-Fi, Wireless networks
My company is planning on creating an external WiFi Internet Access VLAN for non-employee (contractors & vendors) users. We have seen hotel-style Internet access configurations that allow the hotel to generate temporary credentials that they provide to guests. The hotel staff prints out a little ticket that lists a URL for guests to logon and [...]
Answer Question | November 26, 2008 12:29 AM
Authentication, Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi hotspot
Hi All, Firstly i wish all the members a Happy New Year…… I am new to this forum please excuse me in case of any misapprehension. Ok now the issue… i am currently working as sys.admin in an IT company.. i kept picking up this oddly named peer to peer network (adhoc connection) when i [...]
Answer Question | March 5, 2008 7:28 AM
P2P, Wi-Fi, Wireless, Wireless security
hi all I am looking for a solution… I am wanting to set up wireless points at over 200 libraries in New Zealand, and am currently rolling out broadband/desktop PC’s and free internet access into these libraries. So getting wireless access to these libarries is very straight forward. BUT…the desktop PC’s gain access to the [...]
Answer Question | July 26, 2010 10:16 PM
free, Internet access, Proxy, Wi-Fi, Wireless
I am on the HOA board for our condo complex. We ordered a qwest business internet package and we are trying to find a good cost effective method to distribute the internet to everybody via wifi. The complex is 4 stories high, and has about 50 units total, with a big shared open lobby in [...]
Answer Question | March 5, 2008 9:33 PM
Access Points, Wi-Fi, Wireless, Wireless security
This question would probably be best suited for Mrdenny but if anyone else has any imput, please feel free… I posed that question a few days ago http://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/itanswers/wireless-network-bottleneck You are most certainly right about the T-1, we are purchasing another line… As for the meantime, we have been noticing a wierd situation on the network… [...]
Answer Question | January 8, 2008 5:28 AM
Internet, LimeWire, Network, Network Intrusion, Speed issues, T-1, Wi-Fi, Wireless
Hello, I have a question about my wireless network. I have a wireless network that has about 60 people on it. We are using the 802.11b standard on all of our access points. We use Tranzeo Wireless CP-90′s and so on… All of our clients have access points, which are pointed at one of 4 [...]
Answer Question | December 31, 2007 8:01 PM
Network, Wi-Fi, Wireless Network
what is the purpose of backhaul client in access point 5131 dual radio?
Answer Question | December 11, 2007 3:54 AM
I bave setup secure wireless LAN with Cisco lightweight APs, WLC & ACS & implemented LEAP. Problem is LEAP is not supported by Vista. I need to support both XP & Vista clents. What Security Protocol should be imlemented?
Answer Question | November 1, 2007 1:29 PM
Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi security, Wireless, Wireless Access Protocol