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Editorial, J Electr Eng Electron Technol Vol: 11 Issue: 12

Importance of wireless network management

A broadband Internet connection is a high-speed Internet
connection. Digital Subscriber Line DSL and cable are two of the
most common broadband connections. You can get a broadband
connection by contacting an Internet service provider ISP. Typically,
ISPs that provide DSL are telephone companies and ISPs that provide
cable are cable TV companies. ISPs frequently offer broadband
modems. Some ISPs also offer combination modem/wireless routers.
Security is always important with a wireless network, it's even more
important because your network's signal could be broadcast outside
your home. If you don't help secure your network, people with PCs
nearby could access info stored on your network PCs and use your
Internet connection.
This helps protect your router. Most router manufacturers have a
default user name and password on the router and a default network
name also known as the SSID. Someone could use this info to access
your router without you knowing it. To help avoid that, change the
default user name and password for your router. See
the documentation for your device for instructions. Wireless networks
have a network security key to help protect them from unauthorized
access. We recommend using Wi-Fi Protected Access 3 WPA3
security if your router and PC support it. See the documentation for
your router for more detailed info, including what type of security is
supported and how to set it up.

Abstract

A broadband Internet connection is a high-speed Internet connection. Digital Subscriber Line DSL and cable are two of the most common broadband connections. You can get a broadband connection by contacting an Internet service provider ISP. Typically, ISPs that provide DSL are telephone companies and ISPs that provide cable are cable TV companies. ISPs frequently offer broadband modems. Some ISPs also offer combination modem/wireless routers. Security is always important with a wireless network, it's even more important because your network's signal could be broadcast outside your home. If you don't help secure your network, people with PCs nearby could access info stored on your network PCs and use your Internet connection.

Keywords: powered devices

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