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Wi-Fi, or wireless fidelity, is a term promulgated by the non-profit Wireless Fidelity Alliance organization to designate products adhering to the IEEE 802.11 standard for wireless LANs. A Wi-Fi network broadcasts a radio signal, operating in the unlicensed 2.4 and 5 GHz radio bands, with a data rate of between 11 (IEEE 802.11b) and 54 Mbps (IEEE 802.11a).”A new generation of ‘Wi-Fi certified’ wireless products have emerged which not only incorporate state-of-the-art security measures, but also ensure interoperability across Wi-Fi certified products from different manufacturers. “Benefits of Wi-Fi:With Wi-Fi networks, an entirely new set of benefits and services can be offered:· Access to the wired corporate network and the Internet for laptop users and guests, anywhere within corporate offices· Freedom from wire connections, making it easy to move office locations without incurring network wiring costs· True modular phone access within corporate buildings, where service is frequently spotty, by using Wi-Fi gateways to route phone calls and signals from other hand-held devices· “Last mile” installations in which calling might be inconvenient or expensivePlanning the Installation:The first step in any wireless installation is planning. That is, you must first determine who needs wireless access, where the users will be, and how they will access the network. It is recommended that you perform a walkabout of the area and obtain a blueprint of the building.A Wi-Fi radio signal has a range of about 100 to 300 feet indoors, and up to 2,000 feet outdoors. And an access point can handle from 10 to 30 users, depending upon use patterns. For highly-populated cubicle areas, for example, multiple access points may be needed. Possible obstructions must be identified, as signals will pass through most walls but will stop at metal obstructions, such as elevator shafts. Also, overlaps in coverage should be built in to avoid blind spots.Second, obtain the necessary equipment. Unless you have only a few users and will be using a peer-to-peer network, you will need base stations as determined by your plan. For the office, companies such as Cisco, Symbol, and 3Com offer enterprise-grade office equipment with the latest security features. To avoid conflicts, buy all equipment from the same company, and make sure that adjacent access points use the same frequency but different channels.Securing the Network:Securing the network is particularly important given the significant vulnerability of wireless networks. However, there are a number of technologies available today that can make your wireless network as secure as your wired network.· WPA. Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) is a standards-based security technology which secures Wi-Fi networks. WPA comes in two versions, a personal edition and an enterprise edition. The enterprise edition provides 128-bit data encryption, including dynamic session keys, as well as strong access controls. WPA2 provides government-grade security with FIPS 140-2 compliant AES encryption. It is important to note, however, that WPA and other wireless encryption methods protect only activity between Wi-Fi enabled computers and Wi-Fi certified access points. Once the data is on public networks or on the Internet, your data will again be vulnerable unless other measures are taken, such as SSL.· Media Access Control (MAC) Filtering. Every Wi-Fi radio has a unique MAC number. Access points can be programmed to only accept specified MAC addresses, thereby ensuring that only authorized users have access to the wireless network.· Closing Your Network. To counter scanning tools which can find and tap into wireless networks, you should disable network name or SSID broadcasting at all access points. This will ensure that your network is not shown on a list of networks available to outside users.· Virtual Private Networks. A VPN creates a “virtual tunnel” from the user’s computer to the corporate system, encrypting data transferred to computers outside the corporate offices. VPN technology also works for wireless networks and can protect transmissions from Wi-Fi equipped computers to corporate servers.· Remote Access Dial-Up User Service (RADIUS). RADIUS is standard authentication technology used by many corporations to protect access to their wireless networks. It uses a user name and password scheme to verify the user’s access rights to the network, and various levels of access can be enabled.· Other Security Measures. Some sort of firewall is essential to securing a wireless network. Some Wi-Fi gateways and access points provide a built-in firewall. But if yours does not, you must protect your network with a firewall just as you would with your Ethernet or other wired network. For those with a preference for Kerberos-based security, Kerberos can be implemented for wireless networks as well. And the Wi-Fi Alliance has developed security standards such as 802.11i and 802.1x which use advanced encryption technologies such as AES and TKIP, as well as secure key-distribution methods.Conclusion:With the host of wireless security technologies now available, there is a security solution available for nearly every wireless network. No longer is there any reason for corporate IT departments to balk at offering wireless services to their users.About Jonathan Coupal:Jonathan Coupal is the Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of ITX Corp. Mr. Coupal manages both the day-to-day and strategic operations of the Technology Integration Practice Group. Among Mr. Coupal’s greatest strengths are evaluating customers’ unique problems, developing innovative, cost effective solutions and providing a “best practice” implementation methodology. Mr. Coupal’s extensive knowledge and experience enables him to fully analyze client systems to recommend the most effective technologies and solutions that will both optimize their business processes and fulfill immediate and future goals. Mr. Coupal and his team build a high level of trust with clients, establishing ITX as their IT partner of choice.
Mr. Coupal holds certifications with Microsoft and CompTia, including MCSE, MCSA, Security+, Linux+ and i-Net+, and served as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) for the development of the CompTia Linux+.
Dee Zee, Inc, based in Des Moines, Iowa, is celebrating over 28 years as a leading supplier of aftermarket truck accessories. Dee Zee announced their arrival with the introduction of 12 custom fit britetread or extruded aluminum running board applications at the 1977 Sema Show in Las Vegas. From that November to today, Dee Zeesâ mission is to market the highest quality truck products while satisfying the needs of their customers. Dee Zee has expanded the initial offering of 12 boards to over 120 running boards and accessories. Their product lines now boast over 80 different toolboxes, 20 tube products, 34 Mossy OakÂ® Break Up â¢ CAMO products, and 32 heavy-duty products. The various product lines account for over 2,000 total SKUâs.
2000 Honda CBR 600 F4 Rear Wheel
The Rear Wheel of the motorcycle is mounted on the Rear Axle attached to the Rear Swingarm. The Condition of this part is Used.
A used Rear Wheel will be straight and run true. All used wheels are checked for runout according to manufacturer specifications before being placed in inventory. Due to the nature of this component, stone chips, minor cosmetic blemishes and paint chips from tire changes are considered normal wear. No color choice on painted wheels. Bearings, if deemed servicable, are included at no extra charge. Always verify the condition of bearings before installing any wheel.
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1997 Kawasaki VN 800 B Vulcan Classic Rear Axle W/ Nut And Spacers
The Rear Axle holds the Rear Wheel to the motorcycle. The Condition of this part is Used.
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When you shop for a digital SLR camera, you’ll find a bewildering array of options. Sales people will hand you data sheets that describe in sometimes painful detail what the camera can do. I think that’s the way they try to look so great in front of us. In this section, I explain the major areas to look for when you go for shopping for that first digital SLR camera.Recording Medium
The recording medium is the type of memory card used by the camera, such as CF (Compact Flash) memory cards. The most common card is Type I (3.3mm thick), whereas some, such as the MicroDrive, are Type II (5mm thick). Devices equipped with Type II slots can also accept Type I cards, but not vice-versa. Other common types of memory cards used in digital SLR cameras are SD (Secure Digital) and xD Picture Cards (see “Memory Cards” sidebar earlier in this chapter).Aspect Ratio
The 3:2 aspect (width to height) ratio is the most common for digital photographs and is the same ratio that a traditional 35mm film camera uses. Other available ratios you’ll find are 4:3 and 16:9.
Color Filter System
Most digital SLR camera image sensors use an RGB filter to record a single color on each photosensor to produce an accurate image. The exception is the Foveon X3 sensor which uses a color-separation beam-splitter prism assembly and utilizes all the light and records all colors at all locations on the sensor. This technology is currently featured in the Sigma line of digital SLR camera cameras.Recording and Image Format
A digital SLR camera should take and store photos in both JPEG and raw formats. This means that images are written to the memory card in a way that can be understood by image-editing programs. Although JPEG is a widely accepted format in virtually every software application, raw files are proprietary to each individual manufacturer and require their software, or a licensed third-party application, to convert to an editable file.File Size
Most cameras support saving JPEG files in various sizes up to a limit, normally given as maximum file size. This is the recommended manner for capture to ensure the best quality enlargements. Shooting smaller files is quicker, allows more images to be stored on a card, and is ideal for Web use.Image-processing Parameters
Some cameras enable you to create preset custom settings that can be quickly recalled for shooting specific situations, eliminating the need to select each individual setting from the menus every time you want to use them.Interface
The interface is how the camera is connected to your computer. You’ll find either USB 2.0 or FireWire (IEEE 1394) as options. Be sure your computer has a FireWire port if you choose a camera with a FireWire interface.
With most digital SLR cameras, the white balance, measured in degrees Kelvin, can be set for the appropriate light source. Presets for daylight, shade, cloudy, tungsten, fluorescent, and flash are common options. All digital cameras also provide an Auto preset where the camera can more accurately determine the proper white balance based on the current light source. Finally, most cameras also let you create a custom setting for a mixed light source or specific lighting situation, such as in a studio.There are many other weird terms. Such are, Noise Reduction for Long Exposure, Exposure Compensation, ISO Speed Range, Depth-of-field Preview etc. However, due to the limitations of writing on this website. I continue with the rest in terms of digital SLR cameras in my websites. Having understood these terms, I hope you can make it easier to make decisions when buying a digital SLR camera. Happy Shopping
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Wi-Fi hotspots have become ubiquitous at cafes, airports, restaurants, and other public location. In fact, more and more cities are creating hotspots that blanket entire metropolitan areas.But every time you connect at a hotspot, you’re asking for trouble. hotspots are open networks that don’t use encryption, which invites hacking and snooping. In addition, when you’re on a hotspot you’re connected to the same network as your fellow hotspot users, they can potentially weasel their way onto your PC and inflict damage.
But don’t let that deter you from connecting. There’s plenty you can do to keep yourself safe at hotspots. Just follow these ten tips.1. Disable Wi-Fi ad-hoc mode Wi-Fi runs in two modes: infrastructure mode, which you use when you connect to a network; and ad-hoc mode, when you connect directly to another PC. If you’ve enabled ad-hoc mode, there’s a chance that someone near you can establish an ad-hoc connection to you without your knowledge, and they’ll then have free reign in your PC. So when you’re in a hotspot, make sure that ad-hoc mode is turned off. To do it:1. Right-click the wireless icon in the System Tray.2. Choose Status.3. Click Properties4. Select the Wireless Networks tab.5. Select your current network connection.6. Click Properties, then click the Association tab.7. Uncheck the box next to “This is a computer-to-computer (ad hoc) network”.8. Click OK, and keep clicking OK until the dialog boxes disappear.2. Use a wireless Virtual Private Network (VPN) When you’re at a hotspot, anyone nearby with a sniffer can see all the packets you send and receive. This means they can see your passwords, user names, email…anything you do online. A great way to protect yourself is with a wireless VPN that encrypts all the information you send and receive when you’re online, so you’ll be free from snoopers. My favorite is VPN Privacy. It’s easy to set up and use; you don’t need to download software, because it uses XP’s and VISTA built-in VPN software.3. Use an encrypted USB flash drive For maximum protection of your data, use a clean laptop that only has an operating system applications on it, and put all of the data you’re taking with you on an encrypted USB flash drive. Many flash drives include encryption features. That way, even if someone somehow gets into your PC, they won’t be able to read or alter any of your data.4. Use a personal firewall. A firewall will protect you from anyone trying to break into your PC, and can also protect any spyware or Trojans on your PC from making outbound connections. The XP firewall offers only one-way protection; it doesn’t stop outbound connections. So for maximum security, don’t rely on XP’s firewall. There are plenty of good firewalls out there, but for most purposes, the free version of ZoneAlarm is a great choice.
7. Disable or remove your wireless adapter if you’re working offline. Just because you’re at a hotspot doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to connect to the Internet — you may want to work offline. If that’s the case, remove your wireless card. If you instead have a wireless adapter built into your laptop, disable it. In XP, right-click the wireless icon, and choose Disable. If you’re using the adapter’s software to manage your connection, check the laptop on how to disable it.8. Use email encryption. Much email software includes encryption features that encrypt messages and attachments. So turn on email encryption when you’re at a hotspot. In Outlook 2003, select Options from the Tools menu, click the Security tab, and then check the box next to “Encrypt contents and attachments for outgoing messages.” Then click OK.9. Look over your shoulder. Sniffers and hacking techniques aren’t required for someone to steal your user names and passwords. Someone only needs to peer over your shoulder to watch what you’re typing. So make sure no one snoops on you as you computer.10. Don’t leave your laptop alone Had too many lattes and need to hit the rest room? Don’t leave your laptop behind. Laptop thefts are getting increasingly common at hotspots. In fact, San Francisco has been subject to a hotspot crime wave of sorts, with thieves even grabbing people’s laptops while they were using them. Some hotspots have responded by including a port to which you can lock your laptop via a laptop lock.
5. Turn off file sharing. It’s fine to enable file sharing on your home network. But doing it at a public hotspot invites any of your close-by latte drinkers to start slurping files off your system. To turn it off. Turn it off by running Windows Explorer, right-clicking on the drive or folders you normally share, choosing Sharing and Security, and unchecking the box next to “Share this folder on the network.”6. Make sure the hotspot is a legitimate one One of the latest hotspot scams is for someone to set up a hotspot themselves in a public location or cafe, and when you connect, steal your personal information, or ask you to type in sensitive information in order to log in. So before connecting at a hotspot, ask someone at the counter of the cafe the name of the hotspot, because someone may have set up another one, in the hopes of luring in the unwary.
A growing restaurant will take more than a bigger workforce and an expanded menu. An increasingly popular restaurant will take one of the many restaurant point of sale systems that are specially designed for the industry. With special restaurant automatic software, everything from menus and billing to purchasing and labor scheduling can be handled from the restaurant computer system which can keep tabs on profitability in real time.One of the best things about using restaurant sales software is increased efficiency that will lead to more profits. With these restaurant automatic systems, faster transaction processing means less waiting time for customers, the ability to process more customers and the opportunity to perform more accurate billing via the restaurant computer system. By allowing for a faster and better customer experience, a point of sale system is just what some restaurants need to move up to the next level.Real time inventory management can help reduce slippage while workers know what products to re-order in time to avoid operational problems. The identification of customer trends can help restaurant owners and managers determine what menu items to keep and which to replace with new options, making it always possible to have a relevant menu that the clientele will appreciate, ensuring more frequent and continued sales. Additionally, customers could be encouraged to register, allowing the restaurant to develop relationships by reaching out with special offers and notices about new menu items.When shopping for restaurant computer software, be sure to shop around to find the best value because the best price may come with too many limitations and too many strings attached. Look for highly reviewed systems that can be networked together over a VPN or other secure network. This is a must for centralized control over multiple locations. This is important even for single-site restaurants because they may be branching out before too long, especially with the improved efficiency of a new point of sale system.Quotes for a new restaurant system should include all the features and specs for the proposed system. This is essential so that different systems can be compared to make sure that a reasonable comparison can be made. Be sure to also ask for information about the program and hardware warranty that comes with the system and also what service plans are available. Restaurants depend on their computers and these devices, so on-site services options are normally a plus.