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    Introduction Wi-Fi is wireless technology in which the data is communicated between two or more Wi-Fi enabled electronic devices using microwaves. In most of the cases the microwaves of 2.4 GHz frequency is used for data communication. Wi-Fi is used to create local area network, or wireless hotspots, or even home area network. Wi-Fi technology is even used in many of the wireless devices such as stereo wireless headphones, or wireless keyboard and mouse other computer peripherals. It has a lot of

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    Wireless Networks

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    Wireless services symbolizes a development of technology, and perhaps a new era of telecommunications, but these services have been used for over a century and remain identical with the "radio". The modest beginning of wireless services takes us back to the 19th century at time when Guglielmo Marconi, "the father of radio" made his mark in the world of wireless technology. When Marconi started experimenting with radio waves (Hertzian Waves) in 1894 his idea was to produce and detect radio waves

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    Wireless Networking WIFI

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    Project demonstration is based solely on wireless internet technology. Basically, what we set out to do was to prove that a wireless internet connection could actually be made, and that it could made to be, at least somewhat, secure. Our goals are listed below: 1.-Setup a wireless connection to the internet. 2.-Ensure that the connection can be made and that the signal will remain constant. 3-Using WEP(wired equivalent privacy), ensure that the wireless connection can be made secure. 4.-Test

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    Wireless Technology Wireless technology is a booming business that is finding far reaching benefits on a global level. Corporations, schools, homes, and cafes are implementing wireless solutions as individual organizations and users seek more freedom and constant access. Wireless Fidelity (WiFi) is the latest buzzword to capture the market in our individual quest for access anywhere at any time. All of this comes at a price. Security is a major concern moving forward, as well as having too

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    4.2 DEPLOYENT OF AN AUTOMATIC WIPS (WIRELESS INTRUSION PREVENTION SYSTEM) Wi-Fi security risks can be prevented by using a method of trusted 3rd party security system that will be provided by the wireless intrusion prevention system (WIPS). Similar to intrusion prevention system for wireline systems a wireless intrusion prevention system (which is used for making the network flexible to the users ) is developed by the companies that is used for detection of threats and preventing them automatically

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    Detecting Wireless LAN MAC Address Spoofing

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    Detecting Wireless LAN MAC Address Spoofing Abstract An attacker wishing to disrupt a wireless network has a wide arsenal available to them. Many of these tools rely on using a faked MAC address, masquerading as an authorized wireless access point or as an authorized client. Using these tools, an attacker can launch denial of service attacks, bypass access control mechanisms, or falsely advertise services to wireless clients. This presents unique opportunities for attacks against wireless networks

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    Wireless Technologies

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    Wireless data has become the technology of the future. Data is being passed from one location to another without the human eye detecting this transaction. Wireless data is transferred in many forms from home networks, business networks, and cellular networks. Each of these networks operates on a different scale and technology. Home networks have been steadily growing over the years as manufacturers have developed new and easier to use devices that install quickly and give the owner the ability to

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    Proposal for Networks in a Small Office

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    entire network and keep the wireless access secure and available only to employees of the company. I would suggest conducting a site survey before finalizing a network layout. A site survey will aid with determining where the wireless access points will be placed to give reliable coverage. Interference from other wireless networks could cause connectivity issues and the amount of square footage throughout the office space may also cause issues if the wireless access points are not planned out properly

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    The following is a case study about the Mobile Network Gives Haneda Airport Its Competitive Edge. It has components that describe about the WLAN components and the Role of WLAN at Airports WLAN (Wireless Local Area network) and its components: The task of developing a WLAN on commercial front possesses a greater challenge. Developing initial design, purchasing and installing components, managing and providing maintenance to the systems are the main basic parts of the WLAN. When we use WLAN on a commercial

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    Wireless networks become part of daily life. Day by day, every hotel, mall, cafe, restaurant etc. are covered by wireless internet zones. Not only laptop computers and PDAs are used to connect to wireless networks, but also some of the new mobile phones are also equipped with wireless network cards to connect to the wireless access points to get high-speed Internet access. In order to extend the limited range of wireless access points, multiple access points are deployed to the zones to compose wireless

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