Collapse - FBI will hack only to test wireless security??? by smittysmitty777 · 13 years ago In reply to Security Yeah right... If that is true then I live in a gingerbread house with a chocolate icing roof and rock candy windows on Marshmallow Fluff Lane in CandyLand. Collapse - lol by ericl_w19 · 13 years ago In reply to FBI will hack only to tes ... sorry but that is hallarious.my coworkers cant figure out what my deal is. Collapse - Maximize Wireless - Minimize Wiring by Wayne M. · 13 years ago In reply to CEO wants pure wireless e ... If you came back with a proposal that included just one wire, I'm sure your CEO would accept it.My impression of the request is that your CEO is asking "What is the minimum amount of cabling absolutely required?" You indicated that the system is already a hybrid, so what are the underlying concerns in shifting the bulk of the system to wireless? Provide a cost estimate for the barebones minimum cable connections with rationale and an estimate for adding cabling later when problems arise.If you have time, you might also propose setting up a current staff group as a trial. Get a small office and set it up as pure wireless. This may help demonstrate to the CEO where cabling might be needed and ease your concerns about the capabilities of wireless.Negotiation is the key. Look at where wire may be needed on a case-by-case basis. It may be beneficial to minimize costs at this point even if it means reverting some portions from wireless to cable sometime in the future. Collapse - Something light by wfs1946 · 13 years ago In reply to CEO wants pure wireless e ... I'm neither a consultant nor a networking person but I thought maybe you all might find this humorous.In planning a building (many years back) the network engineer was working the building plans making sure every office was wired directly to the desktop, a rare thing in the days of wires hanging from the ceiling.After many weeks of planning and contruction starting on the building, I was invited to one of the review meetings since I would be maintaining the computer connections after the fact.My main question to the engineer was, he had wiring to every possible office in the building, but. . . . . it was going back to nowhere. He had not planned for the server/comm room to be built.After much stammering and a very red face, two offices on the plans were eliminated and converted to the server room.Talk about wireless communications. . . . . Collapse - by nataraj_vedula · 13 years ago In reply to CEO wants pure wireless e ... U can convince the ceo by :- generally wirless connection is of two modes: 1.connectionless acknowledged 2.connectionless with no acknowledgement.If we use first type of connection ,due to any delay if acknowledgement is not reached to sender then sender need to be in wait state so the whole system b in the wait state.Otherwise if ur using second one the sender doesn't know whther the reciever got the tansacted data r not. Collapse - I can see a user playing the radio off the internet or watching streaming.. by Reb00t · 13 years ago In reply to CEO wants pure wireless e ... videos from CNN or another website. That alone will bring the network to its knees.I've setup a wireless network at a location with about 15 computers. With 'light' use, it starts to struggle with just PPT sharing and media sharing as the primary usage. Its not bad, but its not the same as a wired solution by far. Collapse - Not your job by frankf · 12 years ago In reply to CEO wants pure wireless e ... If you're the IT manager for the company, your job in this situation is to present the CEO with solutions, and let him make the decision as to which one the company will go with. Give him exact data on cost, effectiveness, security, reliability, etc. and make sure he is aware of the benefits and pitfalls of each. If he ASKS for your opinion, which most do, then give it to him.If he wants you to implement the solution you think is best, do so.