Last Updated on 8 Aug. 2013, Total: 27 Articles and Tutorials
The term wireless networking refers to technology that enables two or more computers to communicate using standard network protocols, but without network cabling. The computers connect to the network using radio signals.
The articles in this section give an overview on how wireless networking functions, the different types of wireless networks available, and the new technologies being developed in the field.
In this article the author explores a couple of security vulnerabilities in consumer and small business-class routers and explains how to prevent your network against these threats... Read More
In this article we will look at how to tackle some common wireless network problems that people come across. This document will outline the steps you should take if you encounter one of the mentioned issues... Read More
In this article, the author reviews various settings of wireless routers or Access Points (APs)... Read More
In this article the author discusses some of the network-related interface, feature, and functionality changes in Windows 8 Consumer Preview... Read More
In this article the author will share some techniques you can use to help prevent wireless eavesdropping, attacks, and even unintentional security vulnerabilities... Read More
This article is dedicated to answering a selection of the questions I received from WindowsNetworking.com readers by e-mail. Unfortunately I do not have time to answer all of your e-mails individually so I have decided to do so here in the form of an article for everyone's benefit. I have left out all the unnecessary information and just extracted the... Read More
In Part 2 of my Introduction to Wireless Networking series I briefly touched on the subject of IAS in Windows 2003. Here we will look at the Internet Authentication Service in a bit more detail and also see what Windows 2003, and SP1, have to offer when it comes to Wireless Networking. I’ll also show you how to setup 802.1X... Read More