Hi, Everybody My network covers the 5 th floor of an office building, and now we expanding to the 7th floor (a half-dozen users. All the servers and telecom closet are on the 5th floor and I have to provide network services to the users on the 7th floor. I would like to have the [...]
Answer Question | May 24, 2012 2:25 AM
802.11 networking equipment, Cabling, Data center operations, DataCenter, DataManagement, Desktop security, Desktops, DHCP, DNS, Gigabit ethernet, Hardware, Help Desk, Hubs, Information risk management, Networking, Networking Equipment, Networking services, Novell NDS, Routers, Security, Security management, Security products, Servers, Software Quality Assurance, Switches, Tech support, WAP, WEP, Wi-Fi Protected Access, Windows client administration and maintenance, Wired Equivalency Privacy, Wireless, Wireless Application Protocol, Wireless PC cards, Wireless routers, Wireless standards, WPA
I need to set up a wireless LAN (ADSL router with 3-4 access points). The client wants to be able to move between the access points without being cut off from the internet. Which products will do the job? Any special design considereations?
Answer Question | May 23, 2005 1:48 AM
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Hi all, I have a Linksys WRT54G set up at home. I have one wired LAN port going to a D-Link switch, the Internet port going to a Terayon cable modem, and the WLAN is active in B/G mixed mode. I also have a Dell Latitude D600, equipped with the Centrino chipset, and can connect [...]
Answer Question | January 31, 2005 1:09 PM
802.11 networking equipment, 802.11b, 802.11g, DataManagement, WEP, Wired Equivalency Privacy, Wireless, Wireless Access Points
Do you know of any Isp’s on the west coast that combine internet and VoIP in one package to the end user or customer? Other than Vontage? How do you like this service so far?
Answer Question | May 12, 2004 12:44 PM
VoIP, WEP, Wi-Fi Protected Access, Wired Equivalency Privacy, Wireless Access Points, Wireless PC cards, Wireless routers, WPA