• .11n Experiences with various wireless AP vendors?

    I'm interested as to IT pros experiences with various wireless AP vendors: What equipment have you found to work well with the .11n standard, and what your experience has been like working with vendors. Were most willing to allow you to try-before-you buy for a major deployment?

    Michael Morisy8,323 pointsBadges:
  • GSM cellular network to be run on IP platform

    Hi, It is always said that IP is more cost effective than the normal route of cabling or communication through spectrum. Is there any technology which enables GSM phones work on IP platform with normal GSM phones available in the market. This means, the normal Nokia, Samsung or Motorola phone can...

    Soumen735 pointsBadges:
  • Well Im stumped about these Access points

    Ive been working on a hotel for about a week now. It had a Radius server I assume but it went down before i could check with corporate(long story) anyway the hotel has 16 access points with static IPs on the site map one says tx and other rx which is send and receive these 2 went down and i do not...

    PCMEDICS45 pointsBadges:
  • Connect Wireless G ADSL2+ router with Access Point

    i have a d-link wireless g adsl2+router dsl-2640u connect direct to phone line with : ssid=blink ip= 192.168.1.1 wep=0022b0c2cd61 so, i dont have the user name and password for administrator to logon and change the wep code. but,when i connect to access point, the wep of access point didnt take the...

    Army125 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco WCS Perfomance Profile question

    In Cisco WCS, when you click CONFIGURE- ACCESS POINTS and on a particular ACCESS POINT you clck on Perfomance Profile we are shown with a bunch of parameters like Max Clients, Min Failed Clients (#), Coverage Level (dB) and Min failed Clients (%) and a few others. But just can't seem to find in the...

    mystergag30 pointsBadges:
  • Wireless Network design puzzle

    I've got 30 legacy devices with static IP's (running linux), they are all connected to two Windows XP servers (acting as backup to one another) through ethernet. Both servers send broadcasts on the network inviting the legacy devices to connect to whichever is available. I'm trying to change the...

    Ramigabriel35 pointsBadges:
  • Wireless Connection Problems

    I have setup a wireless AP in our office for visitors and all devices can connect except for one. All devices using the AP are running XP SP3 and are using static addresses (no DHCP server available on the AP) The address on the problem laptop is valid as is the gateway and DNS server. There is no...

    ChrisM605 pointsBadges:
  • lost wireless network

    I had a wireless network set up, but lost internet conecntion to both my desktop and laptop. I hit the reset button on my westell box, and regained internet access on the desktop. However, my wireless network is no longer showing up as an availble network. (I can still see my neighbors, etc.) What...

    Whitman5 pointsBadges:
  • Setting up a wireless configuration

    I want to set up a wireless connection between 2 computer and want to know if I need a router if both computers are set up for wireless connections? If I do do I need to connect to the internet with the router? If so, can I do this using my cell phone as a modem? And lastly what is an access point?

    StephHouse5 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco wireless controller authentication

    Have serveral RDT devivces that are set up to Cisco Wireless controller. The devices are connecting and authenticating fine, but it seems when rdt's roam from 1 ap to another the rdt's need to re-authenticate even thought they are already authenticated. Can not find on the Cisco controller of...

    Phippsi5 pointsBadges:
  • Access Point issues netgear WG302 Access point

    I have a netgear WG302 Access point that is giving me a headache. I can configue it and it will work fine, until my isp changes the ip address. Then I have to reconfigue it again. I have tried static routing options through the router hoping this would fix the problem. no luck. (It may have been...

    MK1000015 pointsBadges:
  • ubuntu

    Trying to connect to wireless at another site; how do I connect to wireless at other sites using Ubuntu? I've tried but cannot make a good connection. I receive the icon light that it's connected but cannot sign on to the internet.

    Tags95 pointsBadges:
  • having a drop in wireless connection

    I have a wireless network setup with a Linksys 160 now, it was on a netgear. i change wireless routers because i thought that it was the router that was the problem, but it isnt. My computer and a PS3 are both hardwired to the router, my parents computer and laptop and my PSP are wireless....

    Shady9015 pointsBadges:
  • Number of routers needed

    How do you determine how many routers you will need for a wireless network?

    ITMSI5 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco Aironet 1200 best practice

    Our company currently has 4 Aironet 1200 AP's setup as root bridges, all wired into our network. We are doing away with our Radius server and now seems like a good time to redo this setup. We are going to change to MAC Address Authentication, so I was wondering what the best setup is for "seamless"...

    Methva0 pointsBadges:
  • D-Link Wireless Router and wireless access point problem

    I have a D-Link DI-524 Wireless router set up in the office downstairs, this is connected by CAT5 cable to a D-Link DWL-G700AP access point upstairs (as the wireless signal from the office did not reach between floors). There is also a printer connected to the office router to enable printing from...

    Mrssmith0 pointsBadges:
  • Security software for Linksys WAP

    I'm trying to find a easy-to-use / configure security software application that I can use with my Linksys Wireless-G Access Point (Mfg. Part: WAP54G). I need an application that will allow me to control who has access to the wireless access point as well as what they can access. I have looked at...

    Rountree0 pointsBadges:
  • Will a directional antenna with higher db output make much of a difference

    The following question was submitted to SearchNetworking.com editors. Can you help? I am trying to set up a wireless access point to cover a couple of apartments near an office on a small campus. I set up an access point in the office, but cannot get a connection about 50 feet away in one of the...

  • What is “backhaul”?

    The following question was submitted to SearchNetworking.com editors. Can you help? I am just now getting into designing a wireless internet application for a customer to cover an extremely large international equestrian center. I'm pretty much self-taught in this field but one thing is bothering...

  • wireless access points DHCP and drive mapping

    Hello all, I recently installed wireless access points in my organization. They are configured to set automatically via DHCP on a 2000 server machine. It seems to work fine. But when I map a drive on client laptops running XP Pro and set it to reconnect at logon the drive either mysteriously...

    Zzegri0 pointsBadges:

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