This blog is created to discuss all things related to the world of networking. Desgin, installation and configuration of networks. Maintenance and monitoring of networks and discussion of latest networking related technologies.
Wireless devices have a reputation for failing to connect at the worst possible time. Do you know how to check their connection status? Various methods for doing this are possible depending on the type of device involved.
Wireless network equipment typically uses radio signals in either a 2.4 GHz range or a 5 GHz range. These numbers are advertised prominently on product packaging, but their meaning is often misunderstood. Is 5 GHz network hardware better than 2.4 GHz hardware just because it carries a bigger number?
The performance of a Wi-Fi home network greatly depends on signal strength of the wireless router (or wireless access point, base station). Do you know where to place your router to get the best results?
eople sometimes refer to wireless networking as “Wi-Fi” even when the network uses a totally unrelated kind of wireless technology. While it might seem ideal that all of the world’s wireless devices should use one common network protocolsuch as Wi-Fi, today’s networks support a wide variety of different protocols instead.
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