Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Network Management: Free 4G Wireless Internet

Network Management: Free 4G Wireless Internet



" Wireless vs Mobile"


Many people use the terms wireless and mobile as synonyms. This is not strictly true. In this table we try to illustrate the differences between the terms wireless and mobile.

Those users that are not wireless and not mobile are easy to come up with. This is what youcan call "traditional data communications" and consists of conventional LAN, MAN and WAN technology, such as ethernet, FDDI or X.25.

At the other extreme, there are users that are both wireless and mobile. So here we can have
taxis using radio modems, field service engineers (recall that Mobitex's first application was for Telia's field service engineers), transport and public safety users.

What about the users that are using wireless technology but are not mobile? These are the traditional "telemetry" applications that were mentioned in chapter 13. These include parking or gas meters and coke machines.

The last set of users, those that are mobile but not wireless are a little harder to define. Imagine the following scenario, I sit in my office in Gothenburg and work on my laptop PC connected to my local network. Then I pick up my laptop, jump on a plane and fly to Stockholm. There I plug my PC into the LAN in Stockholm and carry on working as if I was on my home network. In this case I'm using wired technology - the two Local Area Networks, but in some sense I'm mobile because I move around the country. This type of access is called Nomadic Computing. An example of technology that allows this kind of movement is Mobile IP, which will be explained in more detail later.

Network Management: Cloud Migration: iPhone, iPodTouch, iPad

Network Management: Cloud Migration: iPhone, iPodTouch, iPad


iphone wifi


Wireless instructions for iPhone and iTouch setups



Make sure your device has an active connection to the internet.

1. Go to Settings


2. Select Wi-Fi



3. Choose Other…


4. The Name of the network..........


5. Security is WPA Enterprise


6. Your Username and Password


7. After you enter your Username and Password, select Join


8. It may take a moment, but your device should connect to the WI-FI network *if* it is available in your location.



Tag

Assignment Lanka Tag Cloud
Computer Networks The History of Local Area Networks, LAN, The Topologies of a Networks, LANs describe different types of transmission Medias, Local Area Networks Access Methods, Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Detect, Development of LAN Technologies. LAN -Token Ring, LAN Ethernet Digital, LAN - Ethernet Sun microsystems, LAN - Ethernet Mixed Environment, LAN - Token Ring was introduced by IBM LAN - IBM implementation of Token Ring, Token Ring Novell, LAN Token Ring - in a mixed environment, LAN - Fiber Distributed Data Interface, LAN - ATM, LAN Components, LAN Switching Methods, Virtual Local Area Network, Port based VLAN, Mac based VLAN, Protocol based VLAN, User Base VLAN, PC networks Components, PC networks Shared resources, PC Network operating systems, PC networks Novell Netware, PC networks Windows NT, PC networks IBM LAN Server Computer Programming Languages HTML Language, The Generations of Programming Languages, Different types of High Level Languages, Different types of High Level Languages Disadvantages
Computer Networks - IBM LAN Server, Windows NT Networks, Novell Netware, Network operating systems, Networks Shared, Networks Components, User Base, Protocol based, Mac based, Port based, VLAN, LAN Switching, LAN Components, ATM, Fiber Data, Token Ring, Token Ring Novell, IBM implementation, Ethernet, Sun microsystems, Ethernet Digital, Token passing, LAN Technologies, CSMA/CD, Access Methods, Transmission, Networks, The History of Local Area Networks, LAN