WEP, not WPA? That's twice more ridiculous.

On Thu, Jun 02, 2005 at 08:48:48PM -0400, Paul D. Robertson wrote:

> In any wireless scenario, speed and distances will vary from room to room.
> Anything within the 2.4Ghz (microwave) spectrum may affect your wireless
> connectivity and speed. Signal penetration through walls will depend on
> the density for the walls. 802.11b is the standard for wireless
> technology, with a transfer speed of up to 11Mbps/ 2.4GHz frequency. In
> addition, to help protect your computer from hackers or others who may try
> to intrude on your wireless connection, $Provider Online strongly recommends
> that you use the WEP security function of your Linksys wireless router.
> WEP setup and advanced feature instructions are available on your Linksys
> User Guide CD.
> -------
>
> Good thing I scrolled down to find it! It's pretty well hidden for a
> "strong" recommendation. Took me 15 minutes to find, and that's all I was
> searching for.
>
> Paul
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