• Wireless data communication

    According to my understanding if data has to travel through wires and beyod a point it has to travel in a wireless environment, the data is decrypted at the access point and will again be encrypted here depending on what encryption technology the access point is using. Is it correct? Please correct...

    Rahul Shrivastava330 pointsBadges:
  • Network issues

    Hi all, i am running a wireless lan in my rental property. I have a monthly limit of 25 gig and 3 tenants in total. im wondering if there is software available to cap each IP or user to 5-7 gig per month? obviously the cheaper the better but i dont mind paying a bit more for a user friendly program.

    JoshHilder5 pointsBadges:
  • connect-connected-working online-NOT connect-connect again-connected- working-OFFLINE again! On diff. access points…

    Well, I've been using Intel for long, but this problem seems to occur lots, which is in connection, once I'm already connected, working online and all that stuff, it suddenly goes offline, and I have to reconnect again, I reinstalled the Intel PRO again but the same problem occurs - the wireless...

    Somayahton5 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:
  • Is it possible to setup wifi on a 3rd Nic in win 2k3?

    We have 1 domain with 30 client computers setup to it. We would like to offer public wifi from the same internet connection with a 3rd NIC card but we are unsure on how to set it up. Also we don't want public computers to access network resources. Our setup is Cable modem to server >>>...

    Sockoe15 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:
  • File sharing

    i have a laptop with vista operating system and a desktop pc with XP operating systems...is there any way for wireless sharing of files between these systems?

    Rinsa150 pointsBadges:
  • implementing wireless lan

    hi!I was planning to implement wireless lan in my hostel which has ethernet ports.At peak 100 users are using the network,so what type of router should i be looking for?

    Cs50702255 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:
  • Need help with wireless connection between two buildings

    What is considered the best way to connect two buildings wirelessly? The buildings are about 180' apart with a two-way road between them. Thanks.

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • wireless software on fresh XP install

    I had to wipe the hard drive on my laptop clean and reinstall XP. How do I get my laptop to connect to my linksys router again? I tried to connect to the internet with the ethernet cable from my home PC to maybe download wireless software, but was still unable to connect...what can I do?

    Cessna38475 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:
  • Router for Hughes Satelite System

    I have 5 Computers, all Hp Media centers 1 Windows XP Pro my main computer 2 hp Windows Vista Home Premion media computers and 1 laptop Vista Home Premion all desktops 2.66ghz dual 64 Amd processors; the laptop is an Intel 3 ghz dual 64 processor; I need to purchase a Router to connect them into a...

    Octal45 pointsBadges:
  • I’m using wireless netgear router and i can’t share printer.

    I'm using wireless netgear router and i can't share printer....please help how do i do that.thx

    Xxx385 pointsBadges:
  • WISP problems

    I"m a customer of a local WISP. we have had issues with this since the beginning. Not exactly sure what. Basically I see alot of timouts. Signal strenth good. IP's good. etc. all the usual stuff checks out. Somtimes it appears that if there is more than one computer on the network, the WISP gets...

    Butteryak5 pointsBadges:
  • Routing without NAT, help!

    I have a block of IP static IP addresses from our ISP, and I want to route those back through a couple of routers (wireless radio equipment) without using NAT. I can make things work if I have NAT enabled, BUT certain applications do not work well through one NAT connection much less two or three....

    Johnshoff60 pointsBadges:
  • How to establish Wireless Networking in a Hotel

    Hello, I am new in Wireless Networking and i have to implement Wireless Internet in a hotel which has rooms on two floors. I understand that i have to put WAPs in different locations in hotel. But i want that laptop users not need to connect to WAP individualy as the move around. Once the laptop is...

    Shershah77205 pointsBadges:
  • Wireless Router

    We have a Linksys Wireless-N Router. Is it possible for a Wireless Router to run or detect a computer with a wi-fi USB LAN, if the router has no computers connected to it via Ethernet cable? If possible, How?

    ChoosenKing25 pointsBadges:
  • Can you connect a Cisco 7940 desktop IP phone through a wireless switch/bridge to a Cisco access point?

    Is it possible to connect a Cisco 7940 desktop IP phone through a wireless switch or bridge to a Cisco access point (AP) and make it work? I am having problems with this setup. It is most probably unsupported but we sure would like to make it work. Thanks!

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:

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