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NETWORKING FOR DUMMIES PART #4 (CONCLUSION)

Imagine my surprise when I started writing to you about Wireless LANs while our "Wireless Office" project seemed only marginally successful. Here I am, the CEO of an Internet company, writing to you about our experiences, and we are in the middle of a bad one!

A couple of months ago we decided to buy a wireless router from Linksys: WAP55AG.  We installed it and I wrote to you about it in our March Newsletter. However, we were experiencing unusual latency.

  1. In general, the period of time that one component in a system is spinning its wheels waiting for another component. Latency, therefore, is wasted time. For example, in accessing data on a disk, latency is defined as the time it takes to position the proper sector under the read/write head.
  2. In networking, latency is the amount of time it takes a packet to travel from source to destination. Together, latency and bandwidth define the speed and capacity of a network

Definitions from Webopedia.com.

After careful examination, Jason Ayers (our VP of Operations) noted that the router rebooted itself every so often. It was a simple hardware problem! We sent the router back and got another one up and running.

The moral of the story? Wireless LANs work. If yours does not, make sure you have purchased your equipment from a reputable vendor who will stand behind their product. This concludes our 4 part series on Networking for Dummies.

Timothy J. Kilkenny
Founder & CEO
tim@fullnet.net


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Happy Surfing From Your Friends at FullNet!

Roger Baresel
President
rogerb@fullnet.net


Tim KilkennyHi,

My name is Timothy J. Kilkenny and I am the Founder & CEO of FullNet Communications. My primary responsibility is making sure we have the right people on board to meet your needs. It has been my good fortune to have had the opportunity to assemble the finest team of individuals anywhere in Oklahoma.

We have evolved from an Internet Service Provider servicing primarily rural Oklahoma, to a phone company (Competitive Local Exchange Carrier) because of your requests and market demands. However, our primary reason for existence and our company mission statement has not changed. You are the reason we are here!

On a personal note I have been blessed with three children. I have a son (23), a daughter (21), and another son (19). I live on five acres in Newcastle and have recently met a wonderful woman named Barbara. In my spare time I like to watch boxing, play chess, surf the net, fly remote control airplanes, and putter around my property. Oh, and did I mention that I am a novice guinea rancher? Guineas are African chickens with an appetite for bugs. For further information on guineas just visit Google.

Enthusiastically,
Timothy J. Kilkenny
Founder and CEO

"The fox knows many things, but the hedgehog knows one big thing." -- Archilochus

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