Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Wireless Home Networking For Dummies (Free PDF)

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Welcome to Wireless Home Networking For Dummies. Wireless networking for personal computers is not really a new idea; it’s been around for at least five years. The emergence of an industry standard, however, has caused the use of wireless networking technology to explode.

One of the most appealing things about the current crop of wireless networking equipment is the ease with which you can set up a home network, but its reasonable price might be the most attractive aspect of all. Setting up a wireless home network can be both inexpensive and easy. In some cases, it’s almost as simple as opening the box and plugging in the equipment; however, you can avoid many gotchas by doing a little reading beforehand. That’s where this book comes in handy.

If you’re thinking of purchasing a wireless computer network and installing it in your home, this is the book for you. Even if you’ve already purchased the equipment for a wireless network, this book will help you install and configure the network. What’s more, this book helps you get the most out of your investment after it’s up and running.

Part I: Wireless Networking Fundamentals
Chapter 1: Introducing Wireless Home Networking
Chapter 2: From a to g and b-yond
Chapter 3: Bluetooth, HPNA, and HomePlug
Part II: Making Plans
Chapter 4: Planning a Wireless Home Network
Chapter 5: Choosing Wireless Home Networking Equipment
Part III: Installing a Wireless Network
Chapter 6: Installing Wireless Access Points in Windows
Chapter 7: Setting Up Your Windows PCs for Wireless Networking
Chapter 8: Setting Up a Wireless Mac Network
Chapter 9: Setting Up Internet Sharing
Chapter 10: Securing Your Wireless Home Network
Part IV: Using a Wireless Network
Chapter 11: Putting Your Wireless Home Network To Work
Chapter 12: Gaming over a Wireless Home Network
Chapter 13: Networking Your Entertainment Center
Chapter 14: Other Cool Things You Can Network
Chapter 15: Using a Bluetooth Network
Chapter 16: Going Wireless Away from Home
Part V: The Part of Tens
Chapter 17: Ten FAQs about Wireless Home Networks
Chapter 18: Ten Ways to Troubleshoot Wireless LAN Performance
Chapter 19: More Than Ten Devices You’ll Connect to Your Wireless Network in the Future
Chapter 20: Top Ten Sources for More Information

Author Details
"Danny Briere" founded TeleChoice, Inc., a telecommunications consulting company, in 1985 and now serves as CEO of the company. Widely known throughout the telecommunications and networking industry, Danny has written more than 1,000 articles about telecommunications topics and has authored or edited eight books, including Internet Telephony For Dummies, Smart Homes For Dummies, 2nd Edition, and Home Theater For Dummies.

"Walter R. Bruce III" is a writer and consultant who is an avid wireless network user and who has been programming and using computers since the late 1960s (that’s right, he’s old). For more than a dozen years, Walter has been training computer users and writing and publishing books about computer technology. He has written many internationally published books on a variety of computer operating system, database, telecommunication, and networking topics.

"Pat Hurley" is a consultant with TeleChoice, Inc., specializing in emerging telecommunications technologies including all the latest access and home technologies: wireless LANs, DSL, cable modems, satellite services, and home networking services.

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