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·  Will I be able to transfer files from one computer to another in my network?
·  Can I share my incoming internet connection with other computers on my network?
·  Can I share my printer with more than one computer?
·  Is a wireless network safe?
·  Can you troubleshoot an existing small network?
·  What equipment do I need?

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·  Will I be able to transfer files from one computer to another in my network?

Yes. By using the built-in functions of Windows or Mac OS, you will be able to share files between computers connected to your network.

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·  Can I share my incoming internet connection with other computers on my network?

Yes. Connecting your incoming internet connection up to a home router, you will be able to access the internet from any computer that is on the network.

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·  Can I share my printer with more than one computer?

Yes. This can be accomplished many different ways. You can share the printer from within windows, purchase a network compatible printer, or purchase a router with a print server.

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·  Is a wireless network safe?

Yes, but the network and the computers that are on the network have to be configured correctly for it to be safe. On the wireless station, WEP (Wireless Encryption Protocol) can be used to encrypt the signal that is being sent and received. On the network computers, passwords and permissions should be setup.

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·  Can you troubleshoot an existing small network?

Yes. We can troubleshoot most home and small business networks even if we did not originally install it.

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·  What equipment do I need?

To answer this questions correctly, we first would need to know what you would like to do on your network. After that, we can put together a list of equipment you will need. Most small networks will just need some sort of a switch or a router, some network cable, and a couple of network cards.

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