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wireless network

A system by which a computer, cell phone, or other device can access the Internet without being plugged into a router. I can't connect to the Internet on my laptop—why isn't the wireless network working? What's the password for the wireless network?
See also: network, wireless
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A clear message echoing in the industry shows that access point misconfigurations, along with undefined or unenforced security policies on the wireless network, leave providers of wireless services, i.
Then right-click on your wireless NIC's icon and select Properties to open the Wireless Network Connection Properties screen (exhibit 7, at right).
A device will not be permitted to join the wireless network unless it can provide the unique SSID.
We hardly ever even stress about it; with performance like ours, the wireless network essentially becomes out of sight and out of mind.
eSolutions' system enables stationary and mobile connectivity with the ability to track DHEC's automobile product quality information system and implements enterprise resource planning (ERP), a manufacturing execution system (MES), a warehouse management system (WMS), service logical circuit plan systems, bar code and data acquisition systems, the wireless network system, and the axle bush select and matching system.
0 PRO provides network managers with a detailed description of how interference impacts all layers of the wireless network by:
The wireless network should tie in a username with any issued IP address so that in any security device, the username will be apparent rather than the IP address.
The wireless network enables all Purdue faculty, staff, and students to access all Web-based resources, including course materials, throughout the campus without hard-wired connections.
VeriLAN also used Laptop Analyzer to audit the wireless network throughout the day and provide screen shots that enabled IEEE 802 leadership to view the hotel floor plan with graphic representations of RF coverage areas.
To set up a new wireless network, or add devices to an existing network, consumers simply save the wireless network configuration settings from the Wireless Network Setup Wizard to the DiskOnKey device.
As part of the Wireless Network Analysis and Security Audit Services, customers receive a preliminary consultation and on-site network and spectrum analysis, validation of infrastructure layout, and an access point and RF terminal audit.
Sputnik is a fast-growing startup whose Wi-Fi software centralizes the wireless network and subscriber management tasks for a growing list of public-facing business and institutions.
However, the wireless network needed to be extremely secure - students can easily get viruses on their laptops and the transient nature of the university population both create significant security risks.
The Coverage Design Analyzers and the Wireless Network System Configuration Tool are custom designed tools that you will not find available elsewhere.