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Title Summary Authorsort icon Time Language Updated
Access Point Configuration

How to configure wireless access points and routers based on general principles and clear motivations.

Onno Purbo, Sebastian Buettrich English 19 Aug 08
Wokbolic & Bazooka Antenna for 3G (Indonesian)

In this note, detailed design as well as step by step on how to make a wokbolic & bazooka antenna for 3G will be described. PVC tubing & aluminium tape is used to make a low cost wokbolic & bazooka antenna.

 

 

Onno W. Purbo 1 hour Indonesian 11 Oct 08
Neighbourhood Network Concept & Wokbolic e-goen howto (Indonesian)

In this white paper, neighbourhood network concept will be described.

In addition, detailed on how to build your own wokbolic e-goen antenna is explained.

 

Onno W. Purbo Indonesian 11 Oct 08
WiFi Networking Architecture

An overview of basic WiFi operating modes and applications. Topics include:

  • Point to point, point to multipoint, and multipoint mesh
  • Radio operating modes: AP, station, ad-hoc
  • Bridging vs. Routing
Rob Flickenger English 14 Aug 08
DIY WiFi Antennas

Do-It-Yourself antenna designs, including omnidirectional, biquad, parabolics, and cantennas.

Rob Flickenger English 14 Aug 08
Site Survey Tools

Software and hardware tools used for detecting and analyzing wireless networks, prior to installing your own.

Rob Flickenger English 14 Aug 08
Comparative Use of Unlicensed Radio Spectrum

Visualizing how different devices make use of the available radio spectrum.

  • DSSS vs. OFDM vs. frequency hopping
  • 802.11 channels
  • Using a Wi-Spy or spectrum analyzer to detect interference
Rob Flickenger 1/2 hour English 8 Oct 08
Wireless Security

An extensive exploration of wireless security topics, including:

  • Standard 802.11 security features
  • Encryption techniques and standards
  • Logistical security considerations
  • Open source tools that implement, test, and break security features

 

Rob Flickenger 1 hour English 7 Oct 08
Introduction to WiFi

This is a basic introduction to using WiFi for wide area networks. Link types (point-to-point, point-to-multipoint, etc.) as well as radio operating modes (master, managed, ad-hoc) are covered.

 

Given at AfNOG 2009 (Cairo).

 

 

Rob Flickenger 1 hour English 24 May 09
Wireless Security and Monitoring

A combined wireless security and network monitoring talk that covers 802.11 security features, encryption basics, and open source security and monitoring tools.

 

Given at AfNOG 2009 (Cairo).

 

 

Rob Flickenger 2 hours English 24 May 09