I have heard that 802.11a and 802.11g have the same capacity – so can I buy cheap older cards and still obtain the same speeds? Is there a downside to using 802.11a?
Answer Question | August 24, 2010 7:54 PM
802.11, 802.11 networking equipment, 802.11g, Wireless in 2010, Wireless PC cards, Wireless standards
People ask for wireless cards here, and we do lend spare parts at this enterprise location, but mostly they are talking about their wireless broadband wishes, when they talk about their wireless cards. How do I distinguish between a regular wireless card and say our Verizon card?
Answer Question | December 7, 2009 8:12 PM
Wireless broadband, Wireless carriers, Wireless PC cards
I have 2 desktop pc’s in my home and I’m not sure what I need to get internet connection on both without running cables accross the floor. I have DSL through my phone company and I think I need 2 wireless cards and a router but I don’t know what kind or if that’s even [...]
Answer Question | February 23, 2009 10:35 PM
Network design, Routers, Wireless networking, Wireless networks, Wireless PC cards, Wireless routers
I have a wireless card in a Dell GX260 running XP. It was working just fine. Then I replaced the harddrive and installed XP again. I have the CD with the driver to the card and installed it. Since that time, the computer “sees” the wireless router but does not connect. (Sees – in the [...]
Answer Question | February 23, 2009 5:44 AM
Dell OptiPlex GX260, Windows XP, Wireless connectivity, Wireless networking, Wireless PC cards
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 [...]
Answer Question | December 16, 2008 6:25 PM
Cell phones, Wireless Access Points, Wireless Network, Wireless Network Implementation, Wireless networking, Wireless PC cards
This is a weird one and I don’t know what to make of it or what next steps to take to troubleshoot it: Basically, my WiFi NIC has all of a sudden started blocking port 443 (SSL). I have a Dell Inspiron 300m laptop (running Windows XP Pro SP2) with a TrueMobile 1300 WLAN card; [...]
Answer Question | July 2, 2008 2:26 AM
802.11, Cisco VPN, Dell Inspiron 300M, HTTPS, Port 443, SSL, TrueMobile 1300, Wi-Fi, Windows XP, Wireless PC cards
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
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 disappears or appears [...]
Answer Question | July 22, 2005 5:14 PM
802.11 networking equipment, DataCenter, DataManagement, Emerging technologies, Ethernet, Hardware, Help Desk, IPv4, IPv6, NetBIOS, Networking, Networking Equipment, Security, TCP, Tech support, Windows, Windows 2000 Server, Wireless, Wireless Access Points, Wireless PC cards, Wireless routers, Wireless standards
i have a HP iPAQ hx4700 with Pocket PC 2003 on it that connect to the internet through my phone cellolar (with bluethooth connection), i want to sync all my contact and my calender on my ipaq to my exchange small buisness server 2003 through the internet,my server connect to the internet and are behind [...]
Answer Question | May 25, 2005 1:57 PM
802.11 networking equipment, Auditing, Biometrics, BlackBerry, Corporate Financial Applications, DataManagement, Digital certificates, ERP, Exchange, Firewalls, Forensics, Handheld devices, Help Desk, Identity & Access Management, Imanage, Implementation, Incident response, Intrusion management, IT architecture, Network applications management, Network management software, Network monitoring, Network security, Network testing, Networking, Outsourcing, Palm OS, Planning, Protocol analysis, provisioning, Remote management, RFID, Security, Security management, Security products, Security tokens, Single sign-on, Symbian, Tech support, Third-party services, Vendor support, VPN, Windows Mobile, Wireless, Wireless Access Points, Wireless PC cards, Wireless standards
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
802.11 networking equipment, 802.11b, 802.11g, Application software, CIO, DataManagement, Desktops, DHCP, DNS, Hardware, Help Desk, Implementation, IPv4, IT architecture, Network Interface Cards, Networking, Networking Equipment, Networking Products, Networking services, Operating system platforms, Peripherals, Planning, Security, Servers, Services, Tech support, Third-party services, Vendor support, Vendors, WEP, Wi-Fi Protected Access, Windows, Windows 2000 desktop, Windows Mobile, Wired Equivalency Privacy, Wireless, Wireless Access Points, Wireless PC cards, Wireless routers, Wireless standards, WPA
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