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Wi-Fi for the Enterprise: Maximizing 802.11 for Business (McGraw-Hill Networking Professional)

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PUT WiFi TO WORK

With his potent gift for clearly explaining technology, networking guru/author Nathan J. Muller presents a powerful set of tools for making the right decisions, the best moves, and extracting maximum benefits from WiFi in the workplace. In WiFi for the Enterprise, he shares his expertise on equipment, configurations, and features for business environments.

WiFi—WHAT, WHY, AND HOW

If you’re among the 44% of businesses planning on integrating WiFi, you’ve found the best source for solutions. WiFi for the Enterprise helps network managers, integrators, and other interested parties drill down to—

* Authoritative and readable answers, without wading through “engineeringese”

* Business-boosting potentials of different flavors of WiFi

* Choices in product classes that yield performance, security, and scalability

* Coping strategies for a market that features more than 300 certified WiFi products

* Interoperability solutions for WiFi integration with technology you already run

* Design, configuration, and security answers for your WiFi network

* WiFi network troubleshooting, monitoring, and management strategies

* Selecting a WiFi service provider for Internet access

DYNAMIC, WORKING ANSWERS ON THE MOST EXCITING DEVELOPMENT IN NETWORKING

Synopsis:

This book is designed to drill down to the practical aspects of building the network to interoperate with the technology your company has already deployed.

Synopsis:

PUT WiFi TO WORK

With his potent gift for clearly explaining technology, networking guru/author Nathan J. Muller presents a powerful set of tools for making the right decisions, the best moves, and extracting maximum benefits from WiFi in the workplace. In WiFi for the Enterprise, he shares his expertise on equipment, configurations, and features for business environments.

WiFi?WHAT, WHY, AND HOW

If you?re among the 44% of businesses planning on integrating WiFi, you?ve found the best source for solutions. WiFi for the Enterprise helps network managers, integrators, and other interested parties drill down to?

* Authoritative and readable answers, without wading through ?engineeringese?

* Business-boosting potentials of different flavors of WiFi

* Choices in product classes that yield performance, security, and scalability

* Coping strategies for a market that features more than 300 certified WiFi products

* Interoperability solutions for WiFi integration with technology you already run

* Design, configuration, and security answers for your WiFi network

* WiFi network troubleshooting, monitoring, and management strategies

* Selecting a WiFi service provider for Internet access

DYNAMIC, WORKING ANSWERS ON THE MOST EXCITING DEVELOPMENT IN NETWORKING

About the Author

Nathan J. Muller is an independent consultant specializing in advanced technology marketing, research, and education. He has more than 25 years of experience in the field, and previously held technical and marketing positions with General DataComm Industries, Planning Research Corp., and ITT Telecom. Mr. Muller is on the editorial board of the International Journal of Network Management, is a frequent contributor to major professional journals, and is author of such top-selling technical books as Desktop Encyclopedia of Voice and Data Networking and Desktop Encyclopedia of the Internet.

Table of Contents

Preface

Chapter 1: Wireless in Perspective

Introduction

Bluetooth

Infrared

HomeRF

Wi-Fi

General Packet Radio Service

Fixed Wireless Access

Laser Transmission

Conclusion

Chapter 2: Wireless Network Components

Introduction

PC Cards for Notebooks

PCI Cards for Desktops

Mini PCI Cards

USB Adapters

Compact Flash Cards

Secure Digital Cards

PDA Modules

Soft Wi-Fi

Access Points

Wireless Print Server

Wireless Bridges

Wireless Routers

Wireless Gateways

Conclusion

Chapter 3: Setting up the Network

Introduction

Types of Networks

Setting Up Computers for Networking

Configuration Details

Hub

Cabling

Verifying Network Connectivity

Conclusion

Chapter 4: Preparing for Wireless Deployment

Introduction

Needs Assessment

Performance Baselining

Asset Management

Security

Site Survey

The Design Process

Equipment Considerations

Deployment

Conclusion

Chapter 5: Access Points and Clients

Introduction

Access Point Setup

Using a Terminal Emulator

Client Setup

Conclusion

Chapter 6: Wireless Bridges

Introduction

Configuration

Mobile IP

Spanning Tree Protocol

Performance Monitoring

Applying Filters

Logs

Setting SNMP Traps

Conclusion

Chapter 7: Wireless Security

Introduction

Wireless LAN Security

Authentication Mechanisms

Addressing Security Threats

Hardening the Wireless LAN

Conclusion

Chapter 8: Troubleshooting the Wireless LAN

Introduction

Role of Protocol Analyzers

Basic Connectivity Issues

Client Adapters

Access Points

Bridges

Problem Diagnosis

Role of Management Systems

Conclusion

Chapter 9: Network Management

Introduction

Automatic Discovery

Topographical Views

Group Configuration

Performance Monitoring

Automated Software Updates

Remote Reboot

Troubleshooting

Alarms and Reporting

Integration with Platforms

Conclusion

Chapter 10: Selecting a Wireless Internet Service Provider

Introduction

Market Landscape

Types of Providers

Wireless Application Service Providers

Conclusion

Acronyms

Appendix

About the Author

Product Details

ISBN:
9780071412520
Author:
Muller, Nathan J.
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Companies
Location:
New York
Subject:
Business
Subject:
Data processing
Subject:
Telecommunications
Subject:
Networking - General
Subject:
Networking - Local Area Networks (LANs)
Subject:
IEEE 80
Subject:
Business -- Communication systems.
Subject:
IEEE 802.11 (Standard)
Copyright:
Edition Number:
1
Edition Description:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Series:
McGraw-Hill Networking Professional
Series Volume:
47
Publication Date:
March 2003
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Grade Level:
Professional and scholarly
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
299
Dimensions:
9.30x7.38x.86 in. 1.18 lbs.

Related Subjects

Computers and Internet » Networking » General
Computers and Internet » Networking » Wireless
Engineering » Communications » Telephony

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"Synopsis" by , This book is designed to drill down to the practical aspects of building the network to interoperate with the technology your company has already deployed.
"Synopsis" by , PUT WiFi TO WORK

With his potent gift for clearly explaining technology, networking guru/author Nathan J. Muller presents a powerful set of tools for making the right decisions, the best moves, and extracting maximum benefits from WiFi in the workplace. In WiFi for the Enterprise, he shares his expertise on equipment, configurations, and features for business environments.

WiFi?WHAT, WHY, AND HOW

If you?re among the 44% of businesses planning on integrating WiFi, you?ve found the best source for solutions. WiFi for the Enterprise helps network managers, integrators, and other interested parties drill down to?

* Authoritative and readable answers, without wading through ?engineeringese?

* Business-boosting potentials of different flavors of WiFi

* Choices in product classes that yield performance, security, and scalability

* Coping strategies for a market that features more than 300 certified WiFi products

* Interoperability solutions for WiFi integration with technology you already run

* Design, configuration, and security answers for your WiFi network

* WiFi network troubleshooting, monitoring, and management strategies

* Selecting a WiFi service provider for Internet access

DYNAMIC, WORKING ANSWERS ON THE MOST EXCITING DEVELOPMENT IN NETWORKING

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