By Harold Davis
Absolute Beginner's advisor to wireless is a publication for newcomers who are looking to sign up for the wireless revolution. utilizing easy-to-understand language, this ebook teaches you all you want to find out about wireless, from deciding on the wireless approach that's best for you to including a wireless card and comparable software program to discovering hotspots and entry issues. With the aid of this booklet, it is possible for you to to configure a house community and percentage web connections fast and simply. additionally, the booklet covers all very important protection 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 desktop.
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Just as a radio station has a frequency and call letters, a Wi-Fi hotspot has a network name, often called an SSID, that you can use to tune to the particular hotspot. The specifics of setting your Wi-Fi card to a hotspot will differ somewhat depending on the software that comes with the card (see Chapter 8 for more information about this). 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).
Connections to a hotspot are made by "tuning" to the network name (SSID) of the hotspot. < Day Day Up > < Day Day Up > Chapter 4. Networking Without Wires In this chapter • Understanding networks in general • Hardware components of a wired network • Adding Wi-Fi capability to an existing network versus creating a Wi-Fi network from scratch • Equipment you'll need to add Wi-Fi capability to your network, or to create a Wi-Fi network In Chapter 3, "Hitting the Road with Wi-Fi," I gave you a taste of how easy it is to connect on the road at coffee shops or hotels using Wi-Fi.
You need integrated Wi-Fi, or a Wi-Fi card, for wireless access. • There are a number of different Wi-Fi service providers. • There are also a number of useful Wi-Fi directories on the Web. • Expect to pay for your Wi-Fi access in advance or on the spot. • Connections to a hotspot are made by "tuning" to the network name (SSID) of the hotspot. < Day Day Up > < Day Day Up > Chapter 4. Networking Without Wires In this chapter • Understanding networks in general • Hardware components of a wired network • Adding Wi-Fi capability to an existing network versus creating a Wi-Fi network from scratch • Equipment you'll need to add Wi-Fi capability to your network, or to create a Wi-Fi network In Chapter 3, "Hitting the Road with Wi-Fi," I gave you a taste of how easy it is to connect on the road at coffee shops or hotels using Wi-Fi.