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Chapter 8. Troubleshooting Your Network ... > Troubleshooting Wi-Fi Networks

Troubleshooting Wi-Fi Networks

Wireless Ethernet networks, most commonly known as Wi-Fi, are the hottest home and small office networking trend. Instead of using cables, Wi-Fi networks use radio signals to transmit data. Wi-Fi networks are easiest to use when they're not secured against intruders, but making them more secure can also make them harder to use. The following sections help you deal with the most common problems, such as the following:

  • Incorrect software and security configurations

  • Incompatible standards


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