Networking/ IP /Wi-Fi :

Wi-Fi Networking :
We provide wireless solutions to your network of computers. Wireless technology represents the future of computer and internet connectivity worldwide.

1. Various Networking Concepts
2. Protocol use and Network Topology
3. Installation fiber optical technology including cabling, spicing, connectors and test equipments.




Router :
Ultra-fast 802.11ac Wi-Fi router with a combined dual-band data rate of 2334 Mbps for smooth up to 4K/UHD video playback, ultra-fast file-sharing of large files and low-latency online gaming. World’s first 4x4 MU-MIMO antenna design with AiRadar universal beamforming for unrivaled multi-device performance and wireless signal coverage up to 465 m² (around 5,000ft²)1 Built-in USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 ports for up to 10-times faster data transfers to USB storage devices2, printer sharing, and 3G/4G dongle support.

ASUSWRT graphical user interface for easy, CD-free 30-second setup and hassle-free advanced network control. AiProtection with Trend Micro with triple-strength total network security, plus robust parental controls and privacy protection. ASUS AiCloud 2.0 lets you access, sync, share and stream your files anywhere, on any internet-connected device

Switch :
A network switch is a computer networking device that connects devices together on a computer network, by using a form of packet switching to forward data to the destination device. A network switch is considered more advanced than a (repeater) hub because a switch will only forward a message to one or multiple devices that need to receive it, rather than broadcasting the same message out of each of its ports.

LAN/WAN :
A computer network consists of two or more computers that are interconnected with each other and share resources such as printers, servers, and hardware and exchange the data in the form of files, facilitating electronic communication.

There are two main types of network:
Local Area Network (LAN)
Wide Area Network (WAN)

LAN : A LAN covers a small area such as one site or building, eg a school or a college.

WAN : A WAN covers a large geographical area. Most WANs are made from several LANs connected together.
Point To Point :
Point-to-point or point to point may refer to:
Computing
• Point-to-point construction, an electronics assembly technique
• Point-to-point (network topology)
• Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP), part of the Internet protocol suite
• SAN Point-to-Point, a topology used in Fibre Channel
Others :
• Point-to-point (telecommunications), a telecommunications link
  connecting two nodes
• Point-to-point transit, a route structure common among low-fare airlines
• Point to point (steeplechase)