Just as one car isn't enough for most households, one computer isn't going to fulfil the needs of a family, a couple, or a busy professional. Setting up a wired or wireless home network is well within the reach of the average person, provided he or she chooses the right setup for their needs. Brilliant Home a Wireless Networking will describe common network configurations and guide you step by step through the process of getting your PCs connected to the Internet and to each other. You'll learn the ins and outs of Ethernet, Wi-Fi, IP addresses, and file sharing. You'll discover how to go wireless so you can work from anywhere in the home. Finally, you'll explore ways to keep your network and your children secure from hackers, viruses, and other threats. Brilliant Home a Wireless Networking provides .... Am A visual tutorial taking you from networking novice to accomplished user in easy steps. Am A guide to optimising your use of a wired or wireless home network, making it a more integral part of you life. Am Essential guidance on the vast array of software and peripheral hardware available to you, allowing you to make the right choices for how you want to work Brilliant Series Features: Am Detailed index and troubleshooting guide to help you find exactly what you need to know Am Each task is presented on one or two pages Am Numbered steps guide you through each task or problem Am Numerous screenshots illustrate each step Am qSee Also ...q boxes point you to related tasks and information in the book Am qDid you know ?...q sections alert you to relevant expert tips, tricks and adviceBy making use of a special type of Ethernet cable called a crossover cable, you can directly connect two computers and avoid ... connecting. two. computers. Buy a CAT-5 crossover cable (see Chapter 6) at your local computer store. The cable anbsp;...
|Title||:||Brilliant Home and Wireless Networks|
|Publisher||:||Pearson Education - 2009|