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  • Video over 802.11n with guaranteed QoS

    How do I stream a video with 802.11n with a guaranteed QoS?

    overseaer5 pointsBadges:
  • I need cisco aironet 802.11a/b/g driver for windows xp

    Hi I lost my cd that contained my network wireless adapter aironet 802.11a/b/g driver and I couldn't download it from cisco site!! Could anyone help me!? Thank you. --- Regards Mahnaz

    Aliyani265 pointsBadges:
  • What devices are compatible with a Micro Sim card?

    Guys, I got a question, is there any networking device other that cell phone and also tablet that I can install a micro sim so that I can share my internet? If there is kindly do share with me please.

    jinteik17,370 pointsBadges:
  • What is “fate-sharing” in 802.11?

    Anyone who explain the "fate-sharing" in 802.11 between MIMO stream? Could you give some examples about fate-sharing?

    nowisallfine20 pointsBadges:
  • When will find the 802.11ac standards?

    I want to read the 802.11ac standards, if you know that standards, please inform to me.

    nowisallfine20 pointsBadges:
  • Mac address to IP address resolution

    How can we resolve IP address from Mac address and can we do this from Cisco switch 3750? We are able to track port no and associated Mac address from Cisco switch by using the command #sh mac-address-table dyanamic>, but we also want to track the associated IP address with port no. Please...

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  • Connecting two Windows 7 machines via WiFi?

    Can I connect two Windows 7 machines together via WiFi without using a router? I need to copy files both ways and the only connections in common on both machines are WiFi 802.11 N.

    ITKE342,605 pointsBadges:
  • 802.11ac spec is not ready yet?

    I am looking at 802.11ac routers, and I read this from Qualcomm: http://qca.qualcomm.com/thewire/qualcomm-atheros-bringing-forth-a-new-paradigm-for-11ac/ What caught my eye is that they were talking about the 802.11n launch, and the upcoming 802.11ac products, “As a result, this rush to market...

    stjohn0la10 pointsBadges:
  • connecting the 5th and 7th floosr of a building

    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 opunion of this...

    Senomango0 pointsBadges:
  • how does channel length affect patch cord length?

    I need to install a 10/100 base Ethernet switch into a rather small cabinet. I read in a previous discussion that the minimum length for a CAT5e patch cable is 2.5m, which will make the install look untidy. If I use a CAT6 or CAT6a cable what will the minimum length have to be?

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Wireless channel architecture

    In your article of designing 802.11n, you state 'Channel architecture: Nearly all products use multiple channels to create micro-cells, but at least two vendors use a single channel to create one big RF layer. The latter clearly cuts roam time when clients move, but trade-offs are hotly debated.'...

    Nogirs15 pointsBadges:
  • Connect console of 3com switch to PC Laptop through port 25 Up

    Dear All, I have to connect console of 3com switch to a PC. Kindly Help Regards

    SwitchesRouters5 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.

    ITKE342,605 pointsBadges:
  • winxp not seeing other computers on the network.

    I have a recurring problem with a client. He has 2 computers sitting behind a wireless router. When he tries to add his wireless laptop, he sometines only sees 1 of the 2 and sometimes does not see either. I have connected his laptop and checked everything and it all seems fine, then i get a call a...

    Rpalfery0 pointsBadges:
  • What type of wireless nic is needed for a 802.3an network

    I am setting up a lan with 10gbase-t standards. will wireless devices(tablet pcs, laptops)

    Jabaririch5 pointsBadges:
  • Career advice: Software versus Networking

    Dear Sir , I am a lecturer in Engg College in Andhrapradesh Lot of my students asking .. which is good carrer .. Going to software side is good . Or Going to Netoworking side by doing courses like MCSE /CCNA /RHCE etc is good ... Which side is giving more stable career and good salary in todays...

    Ksr1234320 pointsBadges:
  • Network Connection Freezes

    For some reason, at random, among 20 PCs on my network, in the morning or during the day, the network connection stops responding for both intranet and internet communications. The only solution thus far is to remove the NIC from the Device Manager, reboot the PC, and let Windows XP Pro find the...

    DboiSOBE0 pointsBadges:
  • Extending Wi-Fi’s range to pick up signals farther away

    We have a set of dell corporate laptops. Can we extend the wifi’s range on them to be able to pick up signals further away? We are working with Windows Vista and 802.11 G wireless mini pci cards.

    ITKE342,605 pointsBadges:
  • 802.11a versus 802.11g?

    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?

    ITKE342,605 pointsBadges:
  • Testing wireless network speed

    How can I test the speed of my wireless .11N network to see if I am getting my full bandwidth? How can I increase the speed if it is slow or showing latency?

    ITKE342,605 pointsBadges:

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