Youve probably heard the expression, Its time to cut the cord. Well, it may be time to cut the cables at your office and free yourself from your desk and computer. Wireless networks are the waves of the futureliterally. Wireless Networks For Dummies guides you from design through implementation to ongoing protection of your system and your information so you can:Remain connected to the office in airports and hotelsAccess the Internet and other network resources in the lunchroom, conference room, or anywhere theres an access pointUse your PDA or laptop to query your database from the warehouse or the boardroomCheck e-mail wirelessly when youre on the roadGet rid of the cable clutter in your officeWireless Networks For Dummies was coauthored by Barry D. Lewis, CISSP, and Peter T. Davis, who also coauthored Computer Security For Dummies. Barry Lewis is president of an information security consulting firm and an internationally known leader of security seminars. Peter Davis is founder of a firm specializing in the security, audit, and control of information. Together, they cut through the cables, clutter, and confusion and help you:Get off to a quick start and get mobile with IrDA (Infrared Data Association) and BluetoothPerform a site survey and select the right standard, mode, access point, channel and antennaCheck online to verify degree of interoperability of devices from various vendorsInstall clients and set up roamingCombat security threats such as war driving, jamming, hijacking, and man-in-the-middle attacksImplement security and controls such as MAC (Media Access Control) and protocol filtering, WEP (Wireless Equivalent Privacy), WPA, (Wi-Fi Protected Access), EAP (Extensible Authentication Protocol), and VPN (Virtual Private Network)Set up multiple access points to form a larger wireless networkComplete with suggestions of places to get connected, Web sites where you can get more information, tools you can use to monitor and improve security, and more, Wireless Networks For Dummies helps you pull the plug and go wireless!