The KNOT, MikroTik's unique and versatile IoT gateway, can help provide solutions to various types of networking and connectivity needs in practical setups within a wide range of industries, e.g. agriculture, hotels, hospitals, manufacturing, and so on. Read on to learn about the KNOT LR8/LR9 kit and a few useful Bluetooth tags that can make life easy.
MikroTik's new ceiling access point, the cAP XL ac, is "on steroids!" With %100 greater 360-degree area coverage thanks to its enhanced antenna, improved sensitivity, and built-in reflector, this access point fits in very nicely in any residential or commercial area. Out of sight but ever present with a rapid, reliable WiFi connection, the cAP XL ac will indeed raise more than a few eyebrows!
In the fourth and final video on the MTCNA home lab network, we'll teach you how to configure the trainee router as well as your own trainee laptop/PC in order to complete this network diagram and easily prepare for the highly practical MTCNA tutorials ahead. In case you haven't seen our video, make sure you watch this entire four-episode tutorial and set up a very useful home course lab.
The third episode of our home lab network tutorials deals with the configuration of the WAN connection between the trainee router and the class access point. We'll talk about wireless interface modes, SSIDs, and the radio names of our two routers in order to establish the connection between them and get ready for one final step to complete this network.
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HOW TO GET INTERNET ON YOUR BOAT
There are a few ways to get the internet on your boat. The first and least expensive option is licence free WiFi technology, which works well if you're in a marina with a well-constructed WiFi network, shared by a near-by WiFi network or in a location with a publicly accessible Hotspot service.
Canadians spend more time online than anyone else in the world. With over 30 million internet users in Canada, it's no surprise that there's a rise in demand from business users as well as a push to expand into rural markets. Demand for internet services is expected to increase, and with it, the demand for VoIP and high-speed internet services.
Canada has the most significant number of file-sharers per capita in the world. Productivity means less time waiting and more time getting things done. With committed information rate speeds up to 10 Gbps, there is a dedicated bandwidth available for everyone at work and their devices.