In general, troubleshooting network connectivity issues require the same techniques but with Wireless Networks there is an additional layer that you need to consider. You need to be aware of the wireless layer and the implications it has over your connection. In this article I will point out the most common wireless problems and how to resolve them.
The task of setting up wireless networks is either flawless or drives us crazy. We may be reluctant to modify a working configuration or so much time may have been dedicated in troubleshooting and configuring a practical solution that we tend to ignore the security part of the wireless setup! You must build your wireless setup around the security controls and features provided by WAP devices and not implementing security as an afterthought. There are quite a number of security measures we can take and they depend mostly on your WAP devices but the following features which must be available on most WAPs will help you increase your wireless setup security:
As wireless technologies become more ubiquitous, keeping yourself up-to-date with standards and technologies may help you select the right Wireless solution for your needs. Here is a list of the most common wireless technologies used in offices and homes: