Gast Foremost on that list is mobility, since going wireless frees you from the tether of an Ethernet cable at a desk. Wireless networks are also more flexible, faster and easier for you to use, and more affordable to deploy and maintain. The de facto standard for wireless networking is the
|Published (Last):||23 February 2010|
|PDF File Size:||3.51 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||17.94 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Foremost on that list is mobility, since going wireless frees you from the tether of an Ethernet cable at a desk. Wireless networks are also more flexible, faster and easier for you to use, and more affordable to deploy and maintain. The de facto standard for wireless networking is the With easy-to-install And Among the wide range of topics covered are discussions on: deployment considerations network monitoring and performance tuning wireless security issues how to use and select access points network monitoring essentials wireless card configuration security issues unique to wireless networks With wireless technology, the advantages to its users are indeed plentiful.
And now, with Read more Collapse About the author Matthew Gast works in the Office of the CTO at Trapeze Networks, where he leads the development of open wireless network standards and their application to the Trapeze architecture. He is a member of the IEEE Matthew also chairs the Security Technical task group, which is extending Wi-Fi protected Access WPA certification to incorporate newly-developed security mechanisms so that it remains the strongest form of protection available for Wi-Fi networking.
In , Matthew was a founder of the OpenSEA Alliance, a group organized to support the development of open-source network security solutions. Read more.
802.11 Wireless Networks: The Definitive Guide: The Definitive Guide
Get Introduction to Wireless Networking Over the past five years, the world has become increasingly mobile. As a result, traditional ways of networking the world have proven inadequate to meet the challenges posed by our new collective lifestyle. If users must be connected to a network by physical cables, their movement is dramatically reduced. Wireless connectivity, however, poses no such restriction and allows a great deal more free movement on the part of the network user.
802.11 Wireless Networks: The Definitive Guide, Second Edition by Matthew S. Gast