Professional Management of the Network.

Refers to the process of effectively and efficiently managing your organization's network infrastructure, including computer hardware, software, and communication systems. This involves monitoring network performance, ensuring network security, planning network upgrades, and implementing expansions to meet the evolving needs of your organization.

  • Network Infrastructure: The combination of hardware, software, and communication systems that make up an organization's network.
  • Network Performance: The efficiency and effectiveness of an organization's network, including factors such as network speed, reliability, and availability.
  • Network Security: The measures taken to protect an organization's network from security threats, such as unauthorized access, data theft, and malware.
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Professional Wireless Network Installation and Configuration

Refers to the process of designing, installing, and configuring a wireless network to meet the specific needs and requirements of an organization. This involves selecting and installing the necessary hardware and software, configuring security settings, and optimizing network performance to ensure reliable and efficient wireless connectivity.

  • Wireless Network design: The process of planning and creating a wireless network that meets the specific needs and requirements of an organization.
  • Network Configuration: The process of setting up and adjusting the various components of a network, including hardware and software, to optimize performance and ensure security.
  • Wireless Performance optimization: The process of fine-tuning a wireless network to ensure reliable and efficient connectivity, including factors such as signal strength, network speed, and interference.
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Assignment of Protocols to Professional Teams.

Refers to the process of determining and assigning specific protocols or procedures to different teams within an organization to ensure consistent and effective performance. This involves identifying the tasks and responsibilities of each team, and matching these with the appropriate protocols or procedures to ensure that each team is equipped to carry out its responsibilities effectively.

  • Protocols: Detailed procedures or guidelines that outline the steps to be followed in performing specific tasks or achieving specific goals.
  • Teams: Groups of individuals within an organization who work together to achieve common goals.
  • Task Assignment: The process of determining and assigning specific tasks and responsibilities to different teams within an organization to ensure effective and efficient performance.
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Installation/Change of Structured Cabling.

Refers to the process of designing, installing, and maintaining a structured cabling system, which is the network of cables and other components that connects various devices and systems within an organization. This involves choosing the appropriate cabling and components, installing and testing the cabling, and making changes and upgrades as needed to ensure optimal performance and reliability.

  • Structured cabling system: A network of cables and other components that connects devices and systems within an organization.
  • Cabling installation: The process of designing, installing, and testing a structured cabling system to ensure optimal performance and reliability.
  • Cabling maintenance: The process of monitoring, maintaining, and making changes and upgrades to a structured cabling system as needed to ensure its continued performance and reliability.
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Internal and External Network Security.

Refers to the measures taken to protect an organization's network from security threats, both from within the organization and from outside sources. This involves implementing security measures such as firewalls, intrusion detection systems, and access control to prevent unauthorized access, data theft, and other security incidents.

  • Network Security: The measures taken to protect an organization's network from security threats, such as unauthorized access, data theft, and malware.
  • Internal Security: The measures taken to prevent security incidents originating from within the organization, such as unauthorized access by employees or contractors.
  • External Security: The measures taken to prevent security incidents originating from outside the organization, such as cyber attacks or data theft by external hackers.
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Access Point.

An (AP) is a device that allows wireless devices to connect to a wired network using Wi-Fi technology. Access Points provide wireless coverage over a specified area and serve as a central point of communication between wireless devices and a wired network. This allows wireless devices to access the internet, share files and other resources, and communicate with each other over the network.

  • Wi-Fi: A wireless networking technology that allows devices to connect to a network and communicate with each other.
  • Wireless Coverage: The area over which an Access Point provides wireless connectivity.
  • Network Connectivity: The ability of devices to communicate with each other and access resources over a network.
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Repeaters.

Is a device that is used to extend the range of a wireless network by receiving and re-transmitting signals from wireless devices. Repeaters are used to overcome limitations in the range and coverage of wireless networks, and can be especially useful in large buildings or outdoor areas where wireless signals may not reach.

  • Wireless Range: The maximum distance over which a wireless signal can be transmitted and received effectively.
  • Wireless Coverage: The area over which a wireless signal can be received, typically determined by the range of the wireless network.
  • Signal Amplification: The process of boosting the strength of a wireless signal to extend its range and coverage.
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Routers.

Is a networking device that connects multiple networks, such as local area networks (LANs) or wide area networks (WANs), and forwards data packets between them. Routers use routing tables and protocols to determine the best path for data to travel from one network to another, and also provide network security, traffic management, and other advanced networking functions.

  • Network Connectivity: The ability of devices to communicate with each other and access resources over a network.
  • Routing: The process of determining the best path for data to travel from one network to another.
  • Network Security: The measures taken to protect a network from security threats, such as unauthorized access, data theft, and malware.
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Mesh.

A mesh network is a type of wireless network in which each device acts as a node, communicating directly with other devices and forming a network of interconnected nodes. Mesh networks can be used to provide wireless coverage over a large area, such as in outdoor environments or in large buildings where traditional wireless networks may not reach. In a mesh network, data is transmitted from one node to another until it reaches its destination, allowing for multiple paths for data to travel and improving network reliability and coverage.

  • Wireless Coverage: The area over which a wireless signal can be received, typically determined by the range of the wireless network.
  • Network Reliability: The ability of a network to provide consistent and dependable connectivity and data transmission.
  • Interconnectivity: The ability of devices in a network to communicate with each other directly, forming a network of interconnected nodes.
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