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How to Securely Share Your Wireless Network

By Eric Geier | Posted April 22, 2011
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Providing wireless network access to clients, prospective customers and other guests falls under the heading of "good host." But while you want to be welcoming, you don’t want visitors to have free range of your company files. Setting up a wireless network expressly for guests is the easiest way to solve this network security issue.

Our sister site, Wi-FiPlanet.com, demonstrates how you can set up a guest network to keep visitors happy, and your small business network secure.


Read the complete article: Share Your Wireless Network With Guests

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