Wireless Network Administration: A Beginner's Guide enables network professionals to learn the skills they need to tackle the complex, fast-moving world of wireless networking. The book covers hardware, topologies, network design, infrastructure, administration, security, troubleshooting, tuning, and monitoring.
Wireless communication is a major growth area for the computer industry worldwide. Most corporate networks are now wireless—a less expensive option than wired networks. This book fills the need for a reliable wireless network administration guide for the increasing number of professionals responsible for configuring, securing, and maintaining today's complex wireless networks.
About the Author
Wale Soyinka is an IT systems network/security consultant with many years of
experience in the field. He helps businesses secure and integrate wireless
networks in the enterprise. Wale is the author of Linux Administration: A
Beginner's Guide, now in its fifth edition.