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802.11xx ? 12 years 1 month ago #5568

  • Jobbaciy
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Hello eveybody,
I have a couple of question:
1. If someone who have a deeper understanding about WIRELESS LAN,I want to know more about 802.11xx protocols.<As a tutorial if there is a site on this>
2.Let's assume that we have both wireless and wire LANs.We know that we have to have devices like Hub or Switch.My question is that can we change our switch(The Previous wired switch) into wirless switch-In background knowldge Switch is taking care of Hardware(correct me if I am wrong)But rather Bridge is working with software.In this assumption can we USE our pervious switch for Wireless purpose?
The Last questions.Sorry that I had to stop after the second one:
3.Assume that I AM WORKING AS ADMIN.,BOTH IN WIRLESS AND WIRED LAN IN ONE ORGANIZATION.
CAN i KNOW (basically,in the server controller view)-EITHER A PERSON IS USING wireless(Laptop) OR wired(PC) LAN???? :?:
Hope to say more!
~Jobbaciy>
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Re: 802.11xx ? 10 years 1 week ago #18483

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i think that i dont have that much knowledge to answer but trying to say what ever i know.
answers for ur questions

1.i dont have info

2.u can use ur switch for wireless purpose, the bridge wireless access point will be conected to the switch

3.as far as my knowledge is conerned there is no chance of knowing who is conected with wired and who is with wireless ( i am sure,if possible plz let me also know)
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Re: 802.11xx ? 10 years 1 week ago #18488

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Again, i am no expert on this either, YET :lol: Here are my thoughts on it;

1. The different standards on the protocols are mainly to do with speeds and occupying different frequency ranges. This document explains a little about it http://www.pchardware.co.uk/wireless.php

2. Sorry but i don't fully understand what you are asking here ?

3. The only way you can do this is to segment the Wireless traffic off. If you had a seperate IP range on the Wireless to the Wired and routed the traffic between then, you can easily identify who was on the Wireless and who wasn't

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Re: 802.11xx ? 9 years 10 months ago #19389

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As for #3. Many SOHO routers offer this information once you log into the router itself. You can often click a link which will show which hosts are connected, along with their mac addresses, and means of connection.
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Re: 802.11xx ? 9 years 10 months ago #19564

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answer for question no 3: no way possible for sure
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