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Wireless Internet Servers


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  • Wi-Fi is a trademark of the Wi-Fi Alliance that manufacturers may use to brand certified products that belong to a class of wireless local area network (WLAN) devices based on the IEEE 802.11 standards. 802.11 the most widely used WLAN technology.
  • Provides shared access to the Internet with up to 128 Kbps or greater (depending on service purchased) of throughput via a Wireless Local Area Network connection. It comes with a single Private IP address (DHCP) and provides a single connection to a single computer.
  • Wireless Internet Protocols are the suite of wireless protocols after Wireless Application Protocol 2.0 (WAP). It includes XHTML Basic, Nokia's XHTML Mobile Profile, and future developments of WAP by the Open Mobile Alliance.
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  • (in tennis and other racket sports) The player who serves
  • A person or thing that provides a service or commodity, in particular
  • A computer or computer program that manages access to a centralized resource or service in a network
  • (server) waiter: a person whose occupation is to serve at table (as in a restaurant)
  • (server) (court games) the player who serves to start a point
  • (server) (computer science) a computer that provides client stations with access to files and printers as shared resources to a computer network

Bound for the Open Sea
Bound for the Open Sea
Here we are moments before leaving the dock at Astoria, Oregon, for an overight trip on the Pacific Ocean to the entrance to the Strait of Juan de Fuca. The Skipper, Frank, is on the left; I'm the First Mate, and I'm on the right. Don't let the gray skies fool you: sea and weather conditions were nearly ideal during our 26-hour nonstop passage from Astoria, Oregon, to Neah Bay on the northwest tip of Washington State on April 28 - 29. The only rough part was the nasty chop during the first two hours of the trip, when we crossed the zone where the river water meets the sea. Ick. Tip to cruisers: Keep a wide roll of that blue painters' masking tape in the pilot house to tack down stuff that starts sloshing around on surfaces when things start getting rough. You may think you've battened everything down, but something always tries to bash itself to pieces against its surroundings. I ended up taping down the backup navigation computer, the indoor/outdoor thermometer receiver and the wireless internet server before it was over. But as soon as we crossed that magic dividing line between river water and the ocean, it was as if someone had flipped a switch. From then on we had only gentle swells and no wind waves to speak of.
Haiti Network Diagram: Inveneo Wireless Network in port-au-Prince
Haiti Network Diagram: Inveneo Wireless Network in port-au-Prince
Inveneo is deploying a long-distance WiFi network in Haiti to provide high-speed Internet access to the likes of Plan International, Save the Children, SOS Childrens Village, and Care. This is the network diagram, showing our uplinks, configuration, and nodes

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