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CompTIA Network N10-006 Quick Reference by Anthony Sequeira

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Chapter 20. Troubleshooting Wireless and Copper

This chapter addresses several issues that could impact network connectivity for network devices that are using wireless as well as physical cabling such as unshielded twisted pair (UTP) that uses copper.

Wireless Troubleshooting

This section focuses on issues related to troubleshooting wireless networks.

Signal Loss—Because wireless networks rely on wireless signals, a loss of signal is going to negatively impact that networked device. Signal loss can be caused by a lack of power to the access point or obstruction between the access point and the network device. A metal wall or a concrete wall would degrade the wireless signal. To prevent loss, ensure that the access point provides the desired ...

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