Disable Flow Control to improve throughput in mixed Fast and Gigabit Ethernet LANs.
How much would you pay for 3 years of free VoIP calls? Start up ooma is hoping the answer is $400 - $600.
Using passwords with WPA or WPA2 wireless security can be less secure than you might think. This How To will show you how to add a RADIUS server to your wireless network so that you can step up to "Enterprise" strength.
Linksys fans will find a lot to like in this long-awaited top-of-the-line simultaneous dual-band Draft 2.0 11n router.
Jumbo frames can help you extract more throughput from gigabit Ethernet, but they require more than flipping a bit. This SmallNetBuilder tutorial will get you up to speed on Jumbo Frame basics.
The second installment of our series shows you how to use equipment you already have to scan the airwaves for problems.
SmallNetBuilder has discovered a hole in the Wi-Fi Alliance's 802.11n Draft 2.0 test suite that can allow Wi-Fi Certified products to interfere with existing wireless networks, in direct violation of a mandatory Certification requirement.
There are many reasons to choose one gigabit switch over another. But performance isn't one of them.
With good wireless performance, gigabit ports and built-in print and file servers, Apple's Airport Extreme Gigabit has a lot to offer both MacOS and Windows users.
The Linksys RV042 packs a lot of small-biz routing features into a compact chassis.
If you're starting to believe that draft 11n will make wired connections obsolete, you better read this before cashing in on all that scrap copper.
San Diego (CA) – At its Fall 2007 member meeting, the Internet 2 consortium announced that its updated infrastructure is ready to go online and provide an initial capacity of 100 Gb/s to researchers and educators.
If you've just about given up on troubleshooting your wireless LAN, give our new How To a try. Part 1 provides with some basic WLAN knowledge to start you down the path.
Last year, when we did a review of the TS-101 from QNAP, we found it to be a powerful little NAS with a few drawbacks, the main one being limited availability in the US. Now, a year later, QNAP has improved their US distribution channels, and has come out with the TS-209 Pro Turbo Station, a higher-end unit geared more toward business users than home users.
"Certified" Wireless USB may have killed off its "Cable Free" competitor. But its first-generation "dongle-and-hub" products look like more of the same--expensive and slow.