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IT Untethered How Wireless is Changing the World

Blog  Not much more than 20 years ago, nearly all local area networks (LAN) involved cables. There had been a few pioneering efforts to eliminate the wires but for most it was still a wired world. With the advent of client-server computing and the need for access to IT being required by more and more empl...

Last updated: May 12, 2016   5:00 PM GMT  |  Blog: Quocirca Insights
Cisco announces a updated CCNA Wireless Certification exam!

Blog  Recently Cisco Systems announced a new program for Cisco CCNA Wireless Certification. Before this announcement we all are aware of Cisco CCNA Wireless Certification exam with 640-721 IUWNE code. This new announcement ensured that new Cisco CCNA Wireless Certification exam 640-722 contains more relev...

Last updated: Feb 20, 2012   12:09 AM GMT  |  Blog: Network technologies and trends
Merging Wired & Wireless Network Management

Blog  Managing wired networks is pretty old school. It is a mature field of information technology with many capable and stable tools. Administrators have experience and the utilities available to proactively monitor network performance, simplify management, allow them to allocate network resources and mo...

Last updated: Nov 28, 2007   4:00 AM GMT  |  Blog: Unified Communications: Click to talk
A Shot at Love with Juniper Networks?

Blog   When it comes to enterprise Wi-Fi, the industry's got enough drama for an MTV reality series, with constant bickering over what WLAN architecture's better, or which .11n product truly supports PoE, or which skeezy AP went home with a stranger last night. All this is to say it's not surprising the...

Last updated: Sep 12, 2008   8:44 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Network Hub
Does an A+ certification hold any value anymore?

Answer  Is A+ worth anything anymore now that wireless LANS and WANS are the standard user method of computing? Most people are on laptops, PDA's or some other mobile device. Does it still makes sense to become A+ certified nowadays?

Last updated: Dec 3, 2008   7:43 PM GMT   |    A+, Certifications, Networking
Free online IT education resource

Blog  I recently came across an excellent IT education resource that is free. It is the eTutorials.org website. According to the website it is a source of thousands online tutorials, useful tips, articles, and researched recommendations. Some of the content on eTutorials includes topics like: Adobe: ...

Last updated: Nov 11, 2009   6:31 PM GMT  |  Blog: IT Trenches
Configuring Cisco Wireless Router

Answer  Greetings, I have a Cisco 871 wireless router and am having problems configuring it to act as a Wireless Access Point for my small internal network using Microsoft Small Business Server 2003. I am trying to set up one client access via wireless. Using Ciscos SDM Express, when trying to change th...

Last updated: Jul 14, 2008   9:50 PM GMT   |    Access Points, Cisco, Cisco 871
One Way Ping

Answer  Hi All I have a point to point wireless link configured in routing mode with Network end connected through a switch to firewall. IP's are configured as follows: Ethernet IP: 10.1.1.99 Wireless IP: 10.0.0.10 G/W : 10.1.1.1 firewall The subscriber (remote end) Ethernet IP: 172.16.1.150 Wireles...

Last updated: Apr 26, 2008   9:00 AM GMT   |    Routers, Routing and switching, Switches
Extending your LAN wirelessly

Blog  Hi everyone, one of the common questions I get is how a business can extend their LAN when they can't use normal wiring to do so. This inevitably leads to a discussion about wireless technologies and how this can be implemented. I am a big proponent of using some of Cisco's and HP's gear in creatin...

Last updated: Jun 30, 2010   8:54 PM GMT  |  Blog: The musings of an IT Consultant
Stuck with WEP - will increasing key lengths help harden WLAN?

Answer  I have potential security issues on my wireless LAN because my equipment is older and I can?t use WPA. I'm worried that my data is vulnerable. If I increase my WEP key length from 40 to 128 or greater, will this help?

Last updated: May 4, 2005   7:15 AM GMT   |    Biometrics, Compliance, CRM
Wireless LAN roaming

Answer  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?

Last updated: May 21, 2005   1:48 AM GMT   |    802.11 networking equipment, 802.11b, 802.11g
Cisco AP 500 Series Wireless Access Points good for Small Business

Blog   Cisco Systems launched recently a Wireless access point targeting the Small to Midsize business. The Cisco AP 500 Access Point is easy to install and manage. The clustering technology with simplifies the deployment and of Cisco AP 500 AP by creating single point of administration for multiple Cis...

Last updated: Jan 18, 2010   6:01 AM GMT  |  Blog: Network technologies and trends
Meru and Aruba both lay claim to second position in 802.11n WLAN market

Blog  Would the real second fiddle please stand up and take a bow? This week both Meru Networks and Aruba Networks have issued press releases claiming that they hold the second biggest share of the 802.11n wireless LAN market. Not only that - both vendors are citing the same research: Dell'Oro Group's "F...

Last updated: Jun 30, 2009   2:27 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Network Hub
Ad Hoc in the corporate environment

Answer  I am the LAN/WAN/WLAN administrator for a division of a very large corporation. I just received a Dell Latitude D-600, which has a built-in Intel Pro Wireless 2200BG. We have quite a few D-600's and D-610's. Looking through the wireless security alerts on my switch, I noticed that there were a lo...

Last updated: Mar 8, 2006   11:48 AM GMT   |    Firewalls, Forensics, Incident response
Wireless LANs: Yea or nay?

Answer  Do you manage a wireless LAN within your organization? If yes, what policies and restrictions do you have in place to manage its security? If not, why, and what do you do to ensure there are no "rogue" setups on the premises? Advice and anecdotes are appreciated!

Last updated: Nov 12, 2009   7:01 PM GMT   |    Open IT Forum, Wireless network management, Wireless network security
Wireless LAN setup

Answer  Hi all, I have a wired network of some 2 servers, 20 clients and 1 ADSL broadband router, all connected through netgear switches. I want to setup the wireless lan where all 20 clients can access the network and the internet. Could anyone please let me know that.. 1-Would I will have to buy a wir...

Last updated: Oct 28, 2005   10:43 AM GMT   |    Networking
The Wireless Office: Don't Believe the Hype

Blog  While it might make me a public enemy in some circles, I have to stand by my assertion that we haven't truly hit the age of the wireless office ... yet. Josh Stephens, head geek blogger for SolarWinds, vehemently disagrees however, arguing it's time to cut the cord. He makes some decent points abou...

Last updated: Mar 11, 2010   1:59 PM GMT  |  Blog: Enterprise IT Watch Blog
wireless setup

Answer  details: linksys wireless hub with which my HPlaser jet 5m with a HPjetdirect card is plugged into. we also have an at&t wireless router. id like to marry the two, router and hub, so users can print while connected to the internet. also, my wife logs into her work via a vpn account using the at&t r...

Last updated: Feb 12, 2008   3:32 PM GMT   |    Wireless routers
How to configure VPN with Cable Internet?

Answer  I was able to connect to the VPN using wireless Internet but this Internet access is no longer available to me. I have now subscribed to Cable (LAN) Internet. VPN is not working in this. Could someone step me through how to set up VPN with cable Internet? Thanks.

Last updated: Dec 10, 2008   7:22 PM GMT   |    Internet connection, ISP, Network connectivity
Can't access settings on a wireless router when used as an access point

Answer  Short story long... I have a small office that belongs to a domain and has all IP addresses assigned via a Cisco PIX (10.10.10.xxx). Within this I have a TrendNet TEW611BRP Wireless Router. If I plug the WAN into the WAN port on the TrendNet then it works as it should, providing another subnet (192....

Last updated: Jan 31, 2007   6:26 PM GMT   |    Networking, Routers
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