Category: Wireless

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What Is LAN (Local Area Network) and Compare With MAN, MAN?

Local Area Network is a computer network where computers in the same location or group are connected together and shares common communication lines. Local Area Network is mainly expressed as LAN which is a very popular term in computer network and IT. LAN Components LAN will have very simple topology...

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What Is A Router, Tips For Buying Routers and How Does It Work?

Technical or not most of the people know the router word. Those who know the router can understand a different thing from the word. In this tutorial, we will try to explain what is a router in a technical and non-technical way with router functions, router types and router security....

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How to Lookup OUI (Organizationally Unique Identifier) In Linux

Network switches or Layer 2 technology Ethernet protocol uses MAC addresses in order to transfer frames between systems. MAC addresses are 48 bit value. This 48 bit value contains the device manufacturer ID as the first 24 bit. In this tutorial we will learn how to look, search and find...

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How To Configure Linux Wireless From Command Line with wpa_supplicant

wpa_supplicant is used to connect wireless networks. wpa_supplicant.conf  file is used to store related configuration file about the wireless network. Also wireless security policy is configured with this file. Install wpa_supplicant Package In most of cases the wpa_supplicant package is installed by default but we can use following commands in order to...

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Wireshark – How To Capture, Filter , Inspect Network Packets?

Wireshark is a popular network packet capture and analysis tool. It is previously named as Ethereal. Wireshark captures packets from a different type of interfaces and prints them as a floating list to the screen. It also provides detailed information about a specific packet. Wireshark can also read already captured...

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How To Choose USB Wi-Fi Adapter and Best Wi-Fi Adaptors

Wi-fi is a wireless technology which provides network and internet connectivity for various devices. Wi-fi is used for Laptops, Desktops, Smartphones etc. Wi-fi is a evolving technology with new standards. Why We Need Wi-Fi? People are mobile creatures. We need to move in order to be healthy. Also we are...

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WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) Tutorial With Examples

Wi-Fi is a leauge of standards created by Wi-Fi Alliance. Wi-Fi gives the ability to connect network without any physical connection or cable. This makes Wi-Fi very practical, easy and popular solution for LAN or WAN network connections. Wireless connection ability creates some security problems for the Wi-Fi. In order...

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Linux Bluez PAN Daemon (PAND) Tutorial with Examples

Linux provides alternative ways to support and use network devices. Bluetooth is one of them. Personal Area Network Daemon or simply pand is popular daemon used to manage Bluetooth. Below is we will look some usage of pand . Keep in mind that all of these commands requires access rights to...

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“No Route To Host” Error And Solution

While trying to ping or connect a remote host I can an error “no route to host”. How can I debug this error and solve it? As we know IP networks are constructed hop by hop which means there are different intermediate routers transmit packets between two remote hosts. These...

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