• Can I use a Linksys print server as a bridge or access point?

    Can I use a Linksys print server as a bridge or access point?  I want to use it to connect a VoIP phone.

    4jbshere5 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco Access Point 1242 series

    Hi, We have 21 access point in doc yard. All the wireless mobile clients can associate and update their business data. In a particular location, it is found that the wireless client when associating the particular access point it is getting hang or giving network connectivity problem. But the...

    Ekansh400 pointsBadges:
  • Wireless LAN Logical design

    • Three main groups: Sales, Production and Engineering. Each group has 60 users in each group. • The standard network card is a Cisco Aironet 350, and the access point selected is a Cisco Aironet 1200. • The Sales and Production departments should not be able to access the Web server on any...

    Jonigooner115 pointsBadges:
  • Add Wireless Capability to Existing Business Network

    Hello Everyone, I'm a new tech intern and the company I'm working for has asked me to add wireless capability to their existing network.  I am looking at various access points and the building is large enough that we will probably require at least two AP's. They are using Active Directory to...

    Totustek20 pointsBadges:
  • Wireless traffic jam with Cisco E1000

    I have 3 Cisco E1000 wireless routers units (being used as AP's only) covering a portion of a theme park.  Coverage is good.  Not too far away from each other.  During the day, the AP's work normally and allow connection to laptops and smart-phones with out any problems.  At night, the IP...

    Lardog35 pointsBadges:
  • What brand of routers/switches do you trust the most?

    We're wondering what everyone is using for a brand of wireless routers and switches? What do you prefer to use in the enterprise versus at home or in personal networks? What are your suggestions for SMBs to large corporations? We've got 150 knowledge points for our favorite answer!

    MelanieYarbrough6,345 pointsBadges:
  • Are all wifi protocols backwards compatible?

    Are all the wifi protocols backwards compatible? Are there any exceptions? I am talking about a Wireless 80211N router being able to communicate with 80211a-g wireless cards.

    ITKE334,795 pointsBadges:
  • wireless network extention

    Linksys N wireless router, have 54g/B range extender, still have one bad spot...use another router, another range extender or a wireless access point

    Cherrioman25 pointsBadges:
  • SonicWALL Sonicpoint-N 11A/B/G Dual-Band bundled with Poe injector

    what brand is comparable to this exact model or hopefully much better

    Srigoroso35 pointsBadges:
  • Opposite of a Wireless Router to act as a switch

    I need the opposite of a Wireless Router. I have a wireless network set up, but My pc workbench is across the room and I how have a cat5 cable running across the floor into a switch that I can then connect to the wired desktops that I am working on.   I would like to have a contraption that would...

    Woeisme5 pointsBadges:
  • Network Paranioa

    I have WEP enabled on my wireless router. However, I have a small 4 port firewall that I want to use in addition to wireless router firewall and my software based firewall. Is this doable?

    Roblhicks5 pointsBadges:
  • Extending wireless internet across large property

    I have a large property and want to extend my wireless internet throughout. I assume I need wireless repeaters but how can I effectively connect them together as well as find hardware that can live outside in some sort of case to supply the pool area? I have one 10Mbit line coming in and that goes...

    ITKE334,795 pointsBadges:
  • AP-5131 WAP RADIUS Configuration?

    I am in the process of helping my boss apply some basic security to our current WLAN. The company has not applied security to this point since the information we have is not really that confidential and we are in a cynder block building which kills most of the signal before it even leaves the...

    erin0201215 pointsBadges:
  • Wireless LAN with multiple SSID how to allocate network address using centralised DHCP

    I am looking to extend a wireless network from 2 access points to 8 access points. The current access points have separate SSID so that they can connect to two separate networks The requirement is to now replicate the functionality with 6 access points each capable of supprting mutiple SSID. Each...

    Moshono5 pointsBadges:
  • IP address of Wireless AP

    I heard that it is possible to setup IP address of wireless AP to other subnet than has the LAN which is connected to due to save LAN address range. For example LAN:192.168.1.1-254, AP 's address 192.168.10.1 . This address has reportedely a snese for configuration purpose only. What do you think...

    Abservis5 pointsBadges:
  • wireless to wireless connectivity (Cisco WAP4110N)

    Hi, Can somebody tell me the step by step procedure on how can I connect my 2 Cisco WAP4110N? One of which is connected directly to the switch and the other one is supposedly communicate with the WAP(connected to the switch) to broadcast its SSID. TNX..  

    Yeahboy900 pointsBadges:
  • Granting guest Internet Access on Windows Server 2003

    I have a home based office running Windows Server 2003 and configured as a domain controller.  I am using DHCP and Routing and Remote Access.  The server also hosts multiple websites.  The server is connected to the Internet on one Ethernet port while the internal network in on another. ...

    Ajmartiniii15 pointsBadges:
  • Radius Authentication of Wireless APs

    I have several wireless access points that I want to deploy in our organization. I have a windows domain and active directory 2003 and I want the athentication to be this way. Can anyone advice me on what radius server I can use and what kind of wireless security to configure., and the basic steps...

    JuneC155 pointsBadges:
  • Help Removing Wireless connection in a Gatewat T-Series (MSVistahome)

    I have lost the facilities to completely remove a wireless connection router ... LOL Some time ago I do remember doing this task, but I have worn this path down to rock running in circles on this one trying to find & remove it. ---From control panel/network & sharing/manage Wireless I get to...

    T Mike10 pointsBadges:
  • Is it possible to access the internet through a wireless repeater?

    I want to plug my D-Link DWL-G710 Range Extender into the Ethernet port of a PC that is without any wireless network cards, and access the Internet through the range extender connected to the Ethernet port. Is this possible? How do I do it?

    Abrahamchapman5 pointsBadges:

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