The Book of Wi-Fi
Install, Configure, and Use 802.11b Wireless NetworkingeBook - 2003
Discusses the process of setting up and using a home or office wireless network, covering topics such as point-to-point networking, sniffer tools, and security.
Ingram Book Company
This plain English guide to the 802.11b wireless networking standard teaches readers how to use wireless networks at home, work, or in their neighborhood. Included is detailed, practical information on access points, network interface cards, cables and antennas, and wireless software.
Introduces the 802.11b networking standard used by most wireless Ethernet LANs, and offers advice on selecting the network adapters, base stations, and antennas needed to install a wireless network. The guide also addresses how to configure wireless connections for Windows, Macintosh, Linux, Unix, and PDAs, and how to protect wireless access points from unwanted intruders. Annotation (c) Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Ingram Publishing Services
A comprehensive and conversational guide to using wireless networking.
Wireless networking is a fun and versatile technology, but it can be difficult to use. This practical and plain English guide to wireless networking shows how to build and use wireless networks at home, at work, or around your neighborhood. It includes detailed information on setting up and configuring access points, network interface cards, cables and antennas, wireless software, as well as how to secure wireless access point with encryption, password protection, and virtual private networks (VPNs). Covers Windows, Macintosh, Linux, Unix, and PDAs. For users at all levels.