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Network connections

A LAN (Local Area Network) is a group of computers (for example,
within an office building or home) that share a common
communications line and resources. When you set up a network, you
can share files, peripheral devices (such as a printer) and an Internet
connection. You can set up a LAN using wired technologies (such as
Ethernet) or wireless technologies (such as Wi-Fi or Bluetooth).
Wireless networks
A wireless LAN or WLAN is a wireless local area network, which may
link two or more computers without using wires. Setting up a wireless
network is easy and allows you to share files, peripheral devices and
network is easy and allows you to share files, peripheral devices and
network is easy and allows you to share files, peripheral devices and
an Internet connection.
What are benefits of a wireless network?
Mobility
Wireless LAN systems allow you
Wireless LAN systems allow you
Wireless LAN systems allow you and other users of your home
network to share access to files and devices connected to the
network to share access to files and devices connected to the
network to share access to files and devices connected to the
network, for example a printer or scanner.
network, for example a printer or scanner.
network, for example a printer or scanner.
Also you can share an internet connection with other computers in
Also you can share an internet connection with other computers in
Also you can share an internet connection with other computers in
your home.
Installation speed and simplicity
Installation speed and simplicity
Installation speed and simplicity
Installing a wireless LAN system can be fast and easy and eliminates
Installing a wireless LAN system can be fast and easy and eliminates
Installing a wireless LAN system can be fast and easy and eliminates
the need to pull cables through walls and ceilings.
the need to pull cables through walls and ceilings.
the need to pull cables through walls and ceilings.
Components of a wireless LAN
Components of a wireless LAN
Components of a wireless LAN
To set up your Wireless network at home you need to have the
following:
Access point (router)
Access points (routers) are two-way transceivers that broadcast data
into the surrounding environment. Access points act as a mediator
between wired and wireless network. Most routers have a built-in DSL
modem that will allow you access to a high speed DSL internet
connection. The ISP (Internet Service Provider) you have chosen
normally supplies a modem/router with the subscription to their
services. Read carefully the documentation supplied with your Access
and other users of your home
and other users of your home

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