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Chapter 2. Networking Basics

Chapter 2. Networking Basics

Although wireless networks are easy to assemble and maintain, they're still networks, and a certain level of comfort with conventional networking can help you understand how your wireless network works. More importantly, most people rarely connect only wireless devices to a network, but must also hook in Ethernet printers and older wired machines, so some additional background in networking serves you well there, too.

When it comes to networking knowledge, we suspect you fall into one of three categories:


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