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By Harold Davis

Absolute Beginner's advisor to wireless is a publication for rookies who are looking to subscribe to the wireless revolution. utilizing easy-to-understand language, this e-book teaches you all you must learn about wireless, from picking out the wireless method that's good for you to including a wireless card and comparable software program to discovering hotspots and entry issues. With the aid of 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 vital safety matters 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 computing device.

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9 shows Wi-Fi card software that sets up a separate profile for each hotspot. You can store settings for multiple access points and switch between them (the principle is like the preset buttons on a car radio). Generally, the application that does this is started from an icon on the system tray that is part of the Windows taskbar. 9. Using the configuration software that comes with a Wi-Fi card. 38 Part I: Why Wi-Fi? Part I: Why Wi-Fi? 39 You need the network name to connect, so the crucial thing is to set the network name, also called the SSID.

4 shows an inexpensive switch in use as a simple hub. 4. An inexpensive hub/switch in use. [View full size image] Routers A router sits between one network and another. If you are interested in setting up a small home or office network, you are likely to use a router to connect the Internet (the largest network of all) with your small network. Let's suppose you have a cable modem, or a DSL modem, connected to the Internet at your home. 5. 5. The router sits in between the Internet connection and your home network.

1. 1. The simplest network consists of two connected computers. Most modern networks, including the Internet itself, use a protocol called TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol) to standardize communications. There are many devices that can be added to a network. A good example is a network-enabled printer. However, in this chapter I'm pretty much just going to talk about computers and devices generically, and I'll be using the terms "computer" and "device" essentially synonymously.

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