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Wireless access to the Internet in schools based on TP-Link devices
Wireless network in a school should provide access to the Internet throughout the school building and offer bandwidth sufficient for comfortable use of network services by students, teachers and administrative staff. The key factors in choosing the devices is their bandwidth and the maximum number of supported users.
OpenWRT or how to maximize the capabilities of your router
Today, more and more consumer electronics devices have to be connected to the Internet. Without it, the functionality of a modern TV, stereo, home theater, or game console may be very limited. Home routers, so far used only to provide access to the Internet, often can be adapted to preform functions necessary for the requirements of the modern appliances.
Configuring TP-Link router using Windows 7 and connecting to the WiFi network without knowing the password
Configuring TP-Link router using Windows 7 and quick connection of a laptop running Windows 7 (or Vista) to a WiFi network, using QSS function.
Make the best choice for your network - TP-Link devices
How to select the best access point? How to select the best WiFi router? How to choose the most suitable switch?
Home and SOHO Wi-Fi networks - applications of TP-LINK 802.11n devices
The 802.11n standard allows transfer up to 300 Mbps and is ideal for transmitting multimedia such as video, audio, pictures, etc. The wireless transmission of a movie or music album can take much less time than sending the same files using Fast Ethernet cable. An important feature of 802.11n devices is compatibility with older standards. An 802.11n router can also cooperate with wireless adapters/cards using 802.11b and 802.11g standards.
How to forward router ports to view online video from a DVR?
The port forwarding enables redirection of Internet packets (TCP and UDP protocols mostly). Depending on the implementation and device used (e.g. router), the packets are forwarded to the default TCP and UDP ports of the local computer(s), or to other ports.
Wireless adapter installation
(demonstration card: TP-Link TL-WN551G - PCI)
Wireless adapter enables communication with Access Point via electromagnetic waves in 2.4 GHz (standards 802.11 b/g) or 5 GHz (standard 802.11a) band. To start the communication, the card has to be properly installed and configured in the computer. This article describes step by step how to establish wireless connection using PCI WLAN card TP-Link TL-WN551G N2970.
Configuration of ADSL routers
ADSL service (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) is one of the most popular ways of getting Internet access, especially in the case of home users. To share the service among several computers one needs a router integrated with ADSL modem, which is connected directly to the telephone line (RJ11).
How to configure a router
Router connects two or more logical subnets, e.g. external network with Internet access (WAN) with local network (LAN), making a bridge for information exchange. Without proper configuration the connection would be impossible. In most cases, router acts as a specialized computer (replacing a standard computer) working in external network, with software and hardware tailored to the tasks of routing and forwarding. It allows to create own internal (local) network.
WLAN - the indoor installations
If the network is to work in an office block, the biggest problem to solve is the existence of numerous walls and several floors, and therefore attenuation of signals by walls and ceilings. In the case the network is to be used in the whole building, there will be needed several access points.