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as follows: ' Plan a hmrelegg LAN E Please read this e-mail from Michael Bong, Head IT, for more info. o Create a scope forthe WLAN
Sumtiun 9. Planning a “LEN solution - Examine the business requirements
and reyiew the current network - Calculate the ROI and hard beneﬁts
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to the Client theirdesks Eielectthe Iternethet should be Included when planning for e WLAN eolutlon. Prerequisites T_c|g TU successfully EUH’IDlEtE thiS lEID YOU Applications running on the network
should haye a thorough understanding ofthe following: a Wireless LAN Architecture Calculating the net presentyz
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This note was uploaded on 09/22/2011 for the course IT241 it241 taught by Professor H during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.
- Spring '11