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wireless hotspots 11 years 9 months ago #17550

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I reside in a university town where the university authority broadcast wireless internet service through hotspots indifferent locations. The hotspot technology is failing frequently because of unmatching frequencies of the hotspots .

Please, cant anyone give me a link where I can access literatures on wireless hotspots

sose
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SOSE...... 11 years 9 months ago #17551

hey sose i think a little going google will do u know..... there u might find some kool resources for use....

but i keep checking i will get back 2 u....

Re: wireless hotspots 11 years 9 months ago #17563

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I am new to this topic, while googled I found this. Hope it will give some idea to you..




http://www.wirelesshotspot.com

sose's point is.... 11 years 8 months ago #17685

dove i think sose's point is that he wants to get literatures and possibly articles on how to solve hotspots issues.

i think he needs wat i will call tutorials so lets keep googling it about.... i guess we will get some stuffs.


but people should contribute well to this topic cos at the end i see it educating others...


cheers

hotspots 11 years 8 months ago #17695

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hi there
i didn't understand the "unmatched frequency" part of your problem.
wireless access points normally broadcast through 11 standard frequencies. on a ideal day, it will be using the default of channel 7 (and the associated frequency). now if a wireless device assigned a particular IP address is near a particular hotspot, it will be using that channel. and when it moves, it will still maintain the same IP, but use a different hotspot this time, which it finds nearest to it. but if you go far away from any access point, after a certain amount of time, the IP address will be dropped, and the wireless nic will be broadcasting ARP requests for another IP address.
make sure all the access points are powered properly, and all routers or DHCP enabled devices are working properly.
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