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How do you choose the right wireless network setup and configure it properly What are the advantages to having a wireless network over a wired one Well for one the wired networks have to have a montage of wires all over your office or home They must all be connected to a central switch called a hub This often involves stringing cables through walls and ceilings and can present a challenge for anyone If the computers in your office or home are all within 500 feet of each other then a wireless network is probably right for you A wireless network is just what it says has no wires It can connect computers on different floors and sometimes even across the street Besides the obvious benefits of a wireless network such as this there is little setup time and planning But like most good things in life there are always pros and cons The cons to having a wireless network as apposed to a wired one is speed If you need a high speed network for games or to view streaming video or other multimedia then maybe a wired network would be better But if you just want to check email view web pages or other non high-bandwidth processes than maybe a wireless network would be better To install a wireless network you need a central point to put a wireless hub Then all the computers must have a wireless network card Most newer laptops are equipped with a wireless network card though But be advised that although security is not a huge concern among people with wired networks it must be with a wireless one In a wireless network someone could just park their car outside your home or office and start using your network if you dont have proper security measures in place To prevent this put a password on your network and then you are all set
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