The Wi-Fi Experience: Everyone's Guide to 802.11b Wireless by Harold Davis

By Harold Davis

This ebook is an entire ''experience'' for wireless clients, supplying how-to directions and software program reductions, complete models at the CD, and proposals for wireless initiatives. the writer takes the reader past simply instant networking to discover wireless features in real-world purposes corresponding to wireless with PDAs, VOIP, and construction your individual wireless phone.

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Step 4: Setting Up a Peer-to-Peer Network • The same Channel (again, whatever channel you want, but make it the same for all). • The same data security. (Either no data security, or if turned on, the same key must be used and must be the correct one. ) I’ve just warned you that you must ensure a match between your network type, SSID name, channel number, encryption settings, or your Wi-Fi units cannot communicate in a peer-to-peer setup. You might wonder, then, how someone can wander into a Starbucks, flip open his laptop, and immediately see his computer connect via Wi-Fi to the Internet.

This system works well where a network is relatively small. There is no server, nor are there any Wi-Fi access point units. A larger Wi-Fi system involves more than those little PCM cards. You must also install access point units. 1). Access point units are designed to interface between a wired network, or an Internet connection, or both, and client computers using Wi-Fi cards (PCM or USB equipment). A single access point can service several clients—depending on how close they are to the access point and other considerations.

There is no server, nor are there any Wi-Fi access point units. A larger Wi-Fi system involves more than those little PCM cards. You must also install access point units. 1). Access point units are designed to interface between a wired network, or an Internet connection, or both, and client computers using Wi-Fi cards (PCM or USB equipment). A single access point can service several clients—depending on how close they are to the access point and other considerations. 1 Access point units are about the size of a paperback book, but they pack plenty of power.

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