Chapter 7. Managing Wireless Network Connections

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Most small networks use just a single wireless connection—the connection to your network’s wireless access point. However, it’s no longer unusual to have multiple wireless networks configured on your computer. For example, you might have two or more wireless gateways in your home or office; you might have a wireless hot spot nearby; and as you see in this chapter, Windows Vista also enables you to set up computer-to-computer ...

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