identify and compare wired and wireless networking

identify and compare wired and wireless networking

In this lesson you will learn below topics. identify and compare wired and wireless networking

  • Identify wireless networking
  • Compare wireless and wired network
  • Explain the different wireless standards
  • List the components required for wireless networking
  • Discuss the various applications of wireless networking
  • Troubleshoot wireless network problems

After completion of video session you learnt that

  • Peer-to-peer and access point LAN’s are types of wireless networks
  • 802.11 standard defines all aspects of Radid frequency wireless networking
  • Wireless network Security methods: Wired equivalent privacy, Wifi protected Access
  • Access is secured by SSID, MAC address filtering and Port Based Access Control
  • Microwave and Radio Frequency are the medium for wireless networking
  • Hardware and Software access points are two of access points
  • Wireless bridge is used to connect two or more wireless or wired networks
  • Antennas are used to increase the range of the wireless network
  • Wireless adapter card helps to connect a computer to wireless network
  • Devices that can connect to wireless network are called wireless stations
  • Wireless server is the main server connected to the wired network

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