LANs vs. WANs

We divided the networks into two types: Local Area Network (LAN) and Wide Area Network (WAN). The two networks are generally classified on the basis of their coverage area. Typically, a local area network exists in a house or a…
New Cisco Aironet 2700 AP vs. AP3700

The new Cisco AP2700 provides state of the art Gigabit Wi-Fi via the support of Wave 1 802.11ac at a very attractive price point for business environments…be it for Enterprises, Healthcare, K-12, Higher Education, Manufacturing, Warehouses, etc. The Cisco AP2700…
802.11ac Wi-Fi vs. the 802.11n

802.11ac is the next generation of Wi-Fi–the fifth, to be specific–and it is expected to be at least three times faster than 802.11n–in theory, as much as 10 times faster. The theoretical maximum speed of 802.11n is 600Mbps while 801.11ac…
Simple Ways to Secure Wireless Network

Many administrators and managers will likely read this article title and say to themselves: “We don’t have wireless networking here. I don’t need to read this.”  But those same administrators often discover that wireless networking happens, even when “they don’t…

Wireless bridge and access point offer radio link connectivity over a computer network, but they are structurally and functionally designed to serve slightly different purposes. Setting up a vast wireless network for a corporate office space requires the installation of…