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I have added it to the Jul 23, Need to boost signal coverage on an SAW even though it is very good, building floor is too clutterd and too darn big. Even using a 2nd unit to extend things may not get it all done; However, searching the site tells me there is an external aerial one of Looking at the specs on the SAW, it makes no mention of what sort of connectors those are Happy to admit I am not a cable guy What would be our best option?
Trunking is on with Vlan 1 and Now I would like the switch to handle both traffic from the default lan and the vlan. I tried creating a vlan on ports 28 and 10 but I cant get it to work. I have my other lan on port Ive read something about switch layers? My question is, The can use the Feb 3, I have a cradlepoint ctr router.
I have a steel building garage abou 75 ft. I have no problem getting a good signal at the doorstep of the steel building, but once inside I have nothing. What would be the best way for me to get wifi inside of the steel building without having to run a hard line? Apr 8, designing a wireless network for an apartment complex.
The complex is shaped like like an rectangle, fairly small, maybe feet on the ends and feet long on the sides. There are people that we are assuming may have about 3 devices each that they will connect to the wireless network, potentially simultaneously, as this is in a college environment. We are running 30 megabit down and 10 up. I am planning on having a router with two access points centrally located in an apartment and extending the network out with antennas in each direction from the access points with Omni directional antennas.
The Access points that I am planning on using are Cisco WAP with maybe a Linksys router, as the router should not have more than 10 connections on it. I need something that will not crash after users connect to it because it jams up from overload. SSID is same for all of them. Our problem is client connected via wireless disconnecting randomly and continues working after a few seconds.
IOS versions are same for all of them you can find detailed information about versions and configurations below. The problem I have is these access points will need something to control them. If the access points will be in separate buildings will I need a controller on either side of the bridge to get them to work?
What other cisco AP device capable of Mps dual band that are autonomous and can bridge between two buildings that are a 50 yards apart? I have no live phone lines in my home just the one in my metal building , how can I get a signal through the metal building to my home in order to use wifi on my Ipod and Iphone.
Keep in mind I am ft from my home and have a wooden shop and another metal building to go through to get to my home. There is a good signal right outside. Is there a way to do this with one device? I was wondering if I could put one of the antennas of a WRT54G through a hole to the outside and then set it in repeater mode. Theory being it would use the outside antenna to pickup the signal and the inside antenna to broadcast.
Our company 4 employees is using this network center only for internet access with all of our data stored and accessed in our cloud service. We would like to access the internet wirelessly, which building does not provide. We were given one port and shared the link through the use of a switch. So my questions is would an access point add wireless connectivity without any information ISP? What do I need to do, hardware wise, to have a single wireless network throughout the house instead of 3 different wireless routers or something like that?
There are no coverage holes, but sometimes clients are flapping between two access points at different floors with serious loss in throughput. Is there any method to limit roaming between different floors in the building?
The internet fiber enters the house at the beginning where the modem is hooked up to my Linksys WRTN. From there two cables run through the house:1 to the home office, where two computers are connected through a switch. I also have a wifi network running from my WRTN, but as it is at the beginning of the house, there are some black spots in other parts of the house. I tried to fix this with a Netgear repeater, but that keeps disconnecting. What I want to do know is place a second linksys device in the living room at the end of the already existing cable that will also broadcast a wifi network, but I want this to be exactly the same Wi-Fi network as I already have.
What I want to achieve is that I can walk from one end of the house with my iPad, streaming a video, to the other end of the house and that I always stay connected to the internet and that my tabled just picks up the strongest broadcaster, basically the same as with a mobile phone.
We would like to improve our uptime using a secondary internet connection on the optional WAN interface. We have bought a dovado tiny 4g router for this other connection. It acts as a dhcp server but the Cisco router does not get an IP from the dovado router. The router works as expected when connected to a normal computer. But somehow the cisco router doesnt get an IP. The dovado router is setup do deliver ip in the range I have several wirelss adapters and a few wired connections through powerline adapters.
I also have a second VPN router attached to the I can see the wireless connected devices with the associated IP addresses. If I plug a laptop directly into the Cisco, I can of course see it. I have a securty cam connected via the powerline and want to know the IP address.
I checked with cisco technical support via chat and they said it is impossible. I have used 2 previous routers with the same configuration and can see all devices. In another room of the house Iv got a media center and an Usb printer. Can I use this dir as a wireless bridge from my main router, so the media center and the printer can be connected?
So both low level streaming and shared printer with share port. Or do you need to be connected directly to the dir to use the usb and share port? I want to deny access to facebook, youtube and twitter but not for 4 hosts which needs this websites for work.
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These easy-to-use security appliances let you control access to network resources, enabling you to protect business data and maximize network uptime. The Cisco SA Series also helps increase employee productivity by controlling web access, spam emails, phishing attacks, unauthorized intrusions, and other emerging threats, as well as by freeing IT resources from virus eradication and system cleanup activities. With the Cisco SA Series, you can safely deploy new business applications without opening up security holes. With a Cisco SA Series solution protecting your network, you can focus on growing your business without worrying about the latest security threats. Proactively prevents intrusions and blocks dangerous peer-to-peer communications: With the optional Intrusion Prevention System IPS for SA license, the SA Series is able to identify possible intrusions into the business network and take action to stop the intrusion and prevent further risk. Additionally, the SA Series can block peer-to-peer and instant messaging traffic and perform protocol inspection to help increase network security, enhance employee productivity, and keep the network available for business traffic.
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