• Security of MAC-based wireless access permissions

    A colleague and I were recently debating whether it's an OK policy to allow wireless access based on users MAC addresses. He has a small office where most people are wired, but a few are wireless and are part of that notorious gang that can't be bothered with passwords. He also said that basing...

    ITKE352,395 pointsBadges:
  • WEP key for WLAN ( 4 mobile phone use )

    im trying to connect to a WLAN using my mobile phone. When i try to browse the web im asked to enter a WEP for WLAN. what does this mean and what should i do?

    NOMADIK5 pointsBadges:
  • iSeries Wireless Network

    We have an iseries 8203-E4A in our main office in NJ along with a SonicWall network device, we are thinking about going wireless in our office in California.   Any thoughts on speed and security?  

    Karens6180 pointsBadges:
  • Unauthorized wireless networks in your environment

    Do you have an official policy on unauthorized wireless networks in your environment? How do you go about detecting and disabling unauthorized devices, and what are the consequences? How often do you encounter this problem in your business?

    ITKE352,395 pointsBadges:
  • Networking two location within 150 meters

    I have two shop the distance between them is 150 metres i want to connect my computer with my two shop which will be the best and cheapest method and the price.

    Tyre5 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:
  • What Hardware is required for implementing a wireless lan for a convention center?

    My name is Barry Novack I am with CBE Tex Solutions Consultants. We are representatives of The Society for the Promotion of Japanese Animation or S.P.J.A. We are trying to improve their wireless capabilities at the LA Convention Center. They would like to upgrade to newer equipment and be able to...

    CBETexSolutions5 pointsBadges:
  • wireless mesh security

    whats the present researches done about secure routing protocols on 802.11s wireless mesh

    Compnetworktech20 pointsBadges:
  • Range extender

    Am trying to fit a range extender to a Neuf wifi router IN FRANCE. Would prefer to purchase it in the UK. Apparently, a N41GR SC Network Extender 300N has a Modulation Type 802.11g. Would this work in France?

    Hoppy5 pointsBadges:
  • How can I become a wireless networking engineer?

    I am interested in becoming a wireless networking engineer. What are the job requirements for this, and what amount of training would I need to become a wireless networking professional?

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Network topology: Linking 2 Offices

    Hello I want to link two office which are aprox 200 Meters apart. Their is a Main road betwenn the two buildings, so we can't even run any wire accross the two building. Whats will be the best, cheap and effective way to interlink 2 offices. What can be the max speed i can attain ? I dont want to...

    Softtech25 pointsBadges:
  • is it possible that two different technologies (adhoc and ethernet ) work at same time on Data Link Layer

    supose we hv 3 systems. centerlised system hv 2 lancards. one PCI card of realtek and second wireless of linksys. PCI card ip address is 192.168.1.1 and its connected system ip address is 192.168.1.2. wireless lancard address is 172.168.15.1 and it connected wd other wireless system address...

    JustCCNACWNA5 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:
  • 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 Morisy8,323 pointsBadges:
  • My Aironet 1200 want Pass DHCP.

    I got a question for. I have a Cisco Aironet 1200 Access Point. I set it up and gave it an IP Address of 10.0.0.0. So I can access from my PC witch that works great. Then I got a Laptop and try to access the internet from the wireless card. And that work great. But it did not ask me for a Key to...

    NEMKDM15 pointsBadges:
  • Mysterious wireless network problem

    We have a wireless network in our small high school that is usually trouble-free. Server is 2003 server; clients are XP Professional. We use roaming profiles. There is a bank of five HP laptops in the library that use this wireless connectivity. The machines are identical in model and OS. Four of...

    Britinga425 pointsBadges:
  • Time Variable Internet Access

    Hello, I own a restaurant and I'm trying to setup a free Wi-Fi network for my customers. My problem is that there are busy times of the day that I don't want people to hold up a table so that they can be on their laptop for hours. For example, during lunch time we want a quick table turnover so I...

    Evereign5 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:
  • Ping gets Request timed out

    i have one pc (A) and when other pc (B and C) tries to ping pc (A) it gets request timed out. but when pc A pings B and C, it get good response. we need to connect to pc A because our data are there. all of the pc can connect to the router and to the internet. i already tried to update pc A...

    Wincheer25 pointsBadges:
  • Communicating with Virtual Machines using a Wireless Router

    If I setup a wireless network with a router so I different computers can communicate over the network, how can those computers on the network also communicate with a virtual machine on the network? For instance, I have the network setup and two separate computers can ping each other. The virtual...

    Kmorton5 pointsBadges:

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