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Building a Device Lab: Networking

Building a Device Lab: Networking

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Lara Hogan

June 20, 2014
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  1. Networking

  2. get connected

  3. use wifi

  4. bypass activation

  5. http://www.droidxforums.com/forum/droid-x-faqs/506-bypass-android-activation-screen-motorola-droid-x.html B A

  6. designate your  own network

  7. private SSID

  8. Guest Network Internal Network Device Lab Network Access - basic

    web - no internal sites - VPN is blocked ! - basic web - access to internal sites - some sites require VPN access to prod network - basic web - only pre-production/ testing & VM stuff that is essential for testing our internal wifi networks
  9. networking problems

  10. decrease in  wireless range

  11. decrease in data throughput

  12. intermittent or dropped wifi connection

  13. difficulty pairing  with bluetooth

  14. signal-to-noise ratio

  15. signal-to-noise ratio

  16. None
  17. RFID <3

  18. None
  19. what is RFID?

  20. “Wireless non-contact use of radio-frequency electromagnetic fields to transfer data.”

  21. None
  22. high or low frequency

  23. employee badges

  24. usefulness

  25. links to employee

  26. saves time

  27. can provide stats and trends

  28. less expensive

  29. components

  30. office h4x0rz

  31. RFID tags

  32. RFID reader

  33. raspberry pi

  34. LCD screen, keyboard, misc cables

  35. the stump by Trish Czech of “Timid Monsters”

  36. None
  37. None
  38. None
  39. problems

  40. interference

  41. identifying input