Hams Report 85-mile 802.11b File Transfers @ Oregon
rflii at speakeasy.net
Wed Apr 14 21:43:48 PDT 2004
The design I used to implement an 802.11g network at my company is that it
the access points connect to a DMZ zone. The users who want to use it
access the DMZ and then using a VPN client may gain access to the corporate
network. The VPN access is RAS based off the AD. Using AD policies, I can
limit (or not) users to the areas they need to access. This is a pain to the
casual consultant but the standard installation of our laptops include the
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-baylisa at baylisa.org
> [mailto:owner-baylisa at baylisa.org] On Behalf Of richard
> childers / kg6hac
> Sent: Wednesday, April 14, 2004 10:22 AM
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> Subject: Hams Report 85-mile 802.11b File Transfers @ Oregon
s optimized for operation in the 2.4 gHz frequency.
> People operating 802.11b networks in corporate environments,
> take note -
> your networks can probably be monitored from anywhere within a few
> [dozen?] miles of the antenna, depending upon obstructions,
> and perhaps
> from over the horizon, as well.
> -- richard
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