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Netw360_w6_lab_repor - Jonathan Sullivan NETW360 Dennis Matter Lab#6 Evaluating and Solving Common Security Problems Lab Report Scenario 1 1 Would

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Jonathan Sullivan NETW360, Dennis Matter 02//15/2011 Lab #6, Evaluating and Solving Common Security Problems Lab Report Scenario 1 1. Would changing the antennas to a different type reduce the amount of signal spilling outside the building? (5 points) Yes, of course using a directional antenna would greatly reduce the spillage. 2. If changing the antennas would reduce the signal spill, what type of antenna would you recommend? (5 points) A direction antenna such as a yagi antenna would work well. 3. Would relocating the access points to a different part of the building reduce the amount of signal spilling outside the building? (5 points) Yes, definitely. 4. Would changing the power level of the access points reduce the amount of signal spilling outside the building? If it would, would this cause any other problems? (5 points) Yes, it would reduce your spillage outside of the building but, on the other hand your wireless users would be handicapped with slow speeds and even sudden loss of signal. 5. What other method could you suggest to prevent the signal from spilling outside the
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2011 for the course NCM 545 taught by Professor Matter during the Spring '11 term at DeVry Oak Brook.

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