Absolute Beginner's Guide to Wi-Fi® Wireless Networking by Harold Davis

By Harold Davis

Absolute Beginner's advisor to wireless is a publication for newbies who are looking to subscribe to the wireless revolution. utilizing easy-to-understand language, this booklet teaches you all you want to learn about wireless, from picking out the wireless procedure that's good for you to including a wireless card and comparable software program to discovering hotspots and entry issues. With assistance from this e-book, it is possible for you to to configure a house community and proportion net connections quick and simply. furthermore, the booklet covers all very important safety concerns in order that a person is much less uncovered to threats, in addition to the dos and don'ts of touring with a wireless enabled machine.

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6. This wired router distributes an Internet connection across a small network. [View full size image] Part I: Why Wi-Fi? 47 48 Part I: Why Wi-Fi? Besides their function as a kind of gateway between networks, most routers provide some additional functionality. Routers can make Internet access possible by translating local network addresses to ones that work on the Internet, a feature called Network Address Translation (NAT), and by assigning network addresses to local machines on the fly. This allows the computer (or computers) that make up your home network to interact with servers on the Internet.

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44 Part I: Why Wi-Fi? Part I: Why Wi-Fi? 45 Generally, client/server networks are found in larger-scale enterprise environments. I've described them here in case you work in an environment that has this kind of network. But you probably don't need anything as complex (and expensive) to administer in your home or small office. For the sake of keeping things simple, in this chapter I'll assume you are interested in assembling a peer-to-peer network (or already have such a network that you'd like to add Wi-Fi capabilities to).

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