• Wireless Network Bypassing

    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...

    Danial370 pointsBadges:
  • WiFi access point pointing to proxy server

    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...

    Glennz5 pointsBadges:
  • Health Risks from WiFi

    Does exposure to wi fi radiation cause any health risks to children or adults?

    Antarbh0215 pointsBadges:
  • Simple solutions for tracking Wi-Fi networks in an office environment?

    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 what...

    ITKE54,905 pointsBadges:
  • how a wireless client (A) associated to Access point will communicate with a pc (B) connected to the ethernet port of the same Access point.

    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

    NKiran5 pointsBadges:
  • Meru .11n wireless experience?

    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!

    Michael Morisy7,943 pointsBadges:
  • Wi-Fi connectivity problem when traveling

    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.

    Jorma15 pointsBadges:
  • Too many Wi-Fi users?

    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...

    Rklanke1,250 pointsBadges:
  • Discover Wi-Fi connections in Ubuntu

    how can i search for available wireless networks using ubuntu it just asks me about the name of the network ?!!

    Sevi15 pointsBadges:
  • Connecting D-Link 1260 Print Server to Linksys wireless router

    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 need to move the printer...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Hotel-style WiFi Authentication (How do they do it?)

    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...

    LouNaTech30 pointsBadges:
  • Vista & AS/400 conflict

    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 I am trying to access internet...

    Rktech5 pointsBadges:
  • To connect to a wireless network?

    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?

    Rahul Shrivastava330 pointsBadges:
  • Slow Windows XP response because of 2 ethernet connection

    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?

    SingSingWong5 pointsBadges:
  • Does a 802.11n access point or router offer an expanded range to 802.11g devices?

    Does a 802.11n access point or router offer an expanded range to 802.11g devices? Thanks.

    Networking Channel ATE30 pointsBadges:
  • Cable modems

    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 router already in...

    Wjohnhunter5 pointsBadges:
  • Trouble configuring two Cisco 1310 for building-to-building Wi-Fi

    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...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • hotspot Vulnerabilities

    How to identify fake access point in wifi hotspots and how to prevent it?

    Vvasudev5 pointsBadges:
  • How to force laptop to connect to wired instead of Wi-Fi connection

    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...

    Mobile Computing ATE15 pointsBadges:
  • what is the difference between cisco and dlink wifi solution??

    what is the difference between cisco and dlink wifi solution??

    Maheshjaybhaye5 pointsBadges:

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