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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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In Integrity attacks, the attackers send forged control, data and management frames over the wireless network to disturb integrity.
A wireless network in this context - The subscriber~s internal wireless communication network including offices, base stations,- A centralized wireless network management service,- Wireless network service,- Mapping, design and installation of offices in the wireless network,- The supply of equipment and expert services related to the wireless network.
The wireless network name or so-called "SSID" (Service Set Identifier) of the router is usually set to its brand name (e.g., Linksys, Netgear, Cisco, Apple Airport, SMC, D-Link, etc.).
By simulating active attacks from a hacker's point-of-view, the Motorola AirDefense Wireless Vulnerability Assessment solution allows administrators to proactively assess the security of sensitive systems on the wireless network, such as cardholder data systems.
The Clean Wireless solution SonicOS 5.2 scans all wireless traffic using SonicWall's reassembly-free deep packet inspection patented technology, delivering comprehensive protection from viruses, spyware and other malicious network threats on the wireless network by scrutinizing wireless traffic with the same intensity as wired traffic, he added.
<p>In selecting the wireless network for its second-largest building, BDP wanted a reliable, high-performance solution that would offer ubiquitous connectivity, while avoiding the difficulties it had experienced previously with the micro-cell architecture that is commonplace in most wireless networks.
Once the wireless network is installed, the AMS Wireless SNAP-ON application also provides a comprehensive view of the networkCOs status, enabling users to maximise reliability of the wireless network.
Networking solutions provider Cisco (Nasdaq:CSCO) has revealed that its Cisco Unified Wireless Network and outdoor wireless network solutions will be used as the wireless network for Linux and open source users attending the Linux Symposium, a technology conference taking place in Ottawa, Canada, this week.
Once our consultant had completed the wireless network design, I
Also, as the wireless network grows, the IT department will likely have to limit the number of access points near the researchers, to prevent interoperability issues.
Another security problem of the wireless network involves rogue access points.
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.e.
Setting up the wireless network was a two-step operation.
* Create an access control list, including MAC (media access control) addresses of approved clients the wireless network may talk to.