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Wireless Network Analyzer's Overview - Part 1 (Guest Blog)

The following content will inform you of four main topics about Wireless network Analyzers (also known as protocol analyzers) when capturing 802.11 frames. You will learn about the appropriate methods and locations for capturing 802.11 frames. You will also learn how to analyze 802.11 frames, discover problems, and find solutions. In addition, you will better understand the application of the common capture configurations. Lastly, you will explore some additional tools to capture 802.11 frames to analyze and troubleshoot Wireless networks in your day-to-day.

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Wi-Fi Password Security - WEP, WPA, WPA2, WPA3 - A Beginner's Guide and Historical Overview (Guest Blog)

By 2021 we reached 20+ billion WLAN connected devices worldwide, which raises an important question: what are the protocols that bring us Wi-Fi Security? For that, we must start describing Wi-Fi as a network that uses wireless radio signals to transmit and receive data, and security as accepted levels of freedom from risk or danger.

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What Is a Switch, Router, Gateway, Subnet, Firewall & DMZ? (Guest Blog)

Just getting started in networking, this blog post provides a brief and introductory overview of a switch, router, gateway, subnet, firewall, and demilitarized zone (DMZ). These common components and concepts exist in nearly all modern networks.

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Why Does Your Internet Connection Randomly Stop Working? (Guest Blog)

During recent times, with videoconference classes or meetings and most of us working from home, few situations cause more sense of urgency than hearing a "Dad, the Wi-Fi is down!" cry, maybe only topped by "Honey, the Wi-Fi is down!". Having problems with your internet connection is no longer a minor inconvenience and it's now a major impediment to our daily life.

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The Cause in 'Cause and Effect' - Troubleshooting with Psychology

In this article, Tom Carpenter briefly defines some psychological principles impacting the troubleshooting process for wireless engineers.

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