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Some great answers here, but others that just don't understand the technology. Let me answer with a fictitious, non-technical example. Let's imagine a world where the "highways" are 11 "lanes" wide and the vehicles are 5 lanes wide. Driving part way on the "shoulder" is allowed. If there is a vehicle going slowly centered on lane 3, this would cause ...
The proof of the pudding is in the eating! 1-6-11 is often worse in moderately congested areas The 1-6-11 recommendation contained in Cisco's whitepaper about IEEE 802.11 deployment in the corporate environment certainly does not apply to all circumstances! For example, in moderately congested neighbourhoods, one stands a very good chance to benefit from ...
amount of users doesn't regulate how many WAPs you need. WAPs are installed based on signal in a specific area. If you can get all 350 people into the bubble created by one WAP, then you only need one. What you will need, however, is a DHCP server feeding either a classB or feeding more than one IP scope to cover 350 users. If you have a DHCP scope of ...
Yes they exist. If you google for EoP Access Point you'll get plenty of possibilities. This site is not about hardware recommendations because they get outdated rather quick.
It looks like such a device does exist: http://www.amazon.com/NETGEAR-XWNB5201-Powerline-500Mbps-Access/dp/B009WG6K66
As far as I know, no. You will have to work with 2 separate devices. 1 EoP device and 1 AP connected to the EoP device. EDIT: I stand corrected, please see the other answers for examples (e.g. NETGEAR XWNB5201 Powerline 500Mbps to N300 Wi-Fi Access Point)
Yes, this is possible. Just add one of the LAN ports to the WAN bridge.
Simple - the one thats in least use, and the best way to find this out is with a site survey. I favour doing a site survey - I find that a mobile phone or tablet with inssider (I use Android on my phones, so this is what I use ) or some other network scanner is a great tool for this - it shows you what channels are in use (and how many APs are using it and ...
You'd need a firewall on your phone. Unfortunately, this is not a built-in feature of Android. You'd have to download an app for it, and such an app would likely require your phone to be rooted.
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