Wireless Problems with T1

Discussion in 'Wireless Networking' started by john.wolbert@gmail.com, Nov 26, 2006.

  1. Guest

    Here is the situation. I am working on setting up a network for local
    business. They need to have two networks setup, one for General Wi-Fi
    for there restaurant patrons, and a second networ k so there point of
    sale systems can connect to the Micros ( a hospitality system) They
    have a T1 connection, and the point of sale computers are currnetly
    connected to the Micros Server using ethernet, even though the Micros
    server is connected using dial-up. What I was planning on doing what
    hooking a Wireless Router to the T1, then putting a wireless access
    point in the room where the micros server is, and just t connecting
    that to the Hub, which currently feeds ethernet to the point of sale
    computers. Is this the best way to go about it?
    , Nov 26, 2006
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  2. David Hettel Guest

    You might find that this page helps; http://ezlan.net/shield.html the
    general Wi-Fi would be the one deemed dangerous.

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    > Here is the situation. I am working on setting up a network for local
    > business. They need to have two networks setup, one for General Wi-Fi
    > for there restaurant patrons, and a second networ k so there point of
    > sale systems can connect to the Micros ( a hospitality system) They
    > have a T1 connection, and the point of sale computers are currnetly
    > connected to the Micros Server using ethernet, even though the Micros
    > server is connected using dial-up. What I was planning on doing what
    > hooking a Wireless Router to the T1, then putting a wireless access
    > point in the room where the micros server is, and just t connecting
    > that to the Hub, which currently feeds ethernet to the point of sale
    > computers. Is this the best way to go about it?
    >
    David Hettel, Nov 26, 2006
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