|Posted by tylerazmi on July 24, 2011 at 1:57 AM|
WiFi? Wireless? What is this? (Tutorial)The first question usually ask is what is this the Wireless? What does it mean? What are the benefits?
Wireless is a term that means WIRELESS, and that means all those devices in their operation does not require the physical connection between him and another.
Wireless technology provides mobility and ease of installation also allows easy expansion of a network. That is, we may be moving in our company, street, park, coffee shop, airport without losing Internet connectivity. This is something that is currently taking great importance, not so much for large companies, but for everyone
terminology usedHere are the terms used and everyone who starts in this Wi-Fi should know:Access Point (Access Point):
Often abbreviated as AP. Think of them as a hub or switch normal wired network: it connects the computers and it is he who delivers packages. For in WIFI is somewhat similar, is a device that 'manages' package launched by wireless stations, making them reach their destination. In addition to the access point gives connectivity to a wired network, so the wireless network can access other computers that were in a wired network.
Link Gateway (Gateway):
A gateway or gateway in its strict definition, is a device that interconnects networks with different protocols, although its meaning has been extended and could simply apply to systems that connect networks with different IP ranges, does basically the same as a router, but with some minor differences I do not think the case comes to explain in this introduction.
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