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How We Test Wireless Products - Azimuth Method

How We Test Wireless ProductsWe've once again updated our wireless test methods to include test results that you won't find anywhere else.

How To: Wake on LAN / Wake on WAN

Wake on LAN / Wake on WANWaking your PC up over the Internet can come in handy. Doug Reid shows you how.

Access Away from the Office - Part 3: How Fast

Access Away from the Office — Part 3: How FastIn the last installment of his series, Bill Meade reports on his Verizon BroadbandAccess speed test results.

Access Away from the Office - Part 2: How To

Access Away from the Office - Part 2: How ToIn Part 2 of our series, Bill Meade provides a step-by-step for getting a Mac and Treo 700p connected to Verizon's BroadbandAccess EVDO service.

How To: Manually Setting Up the Linksys WRE54G Wireless-G Range Expander - Update

Linksys WRE54GOur How To for configuring Linksys' WRE54G has been popular, but sadly out of date. Reader Alan Cates provides an update that matches the latest Rev 3 series firmware.

Access Away from the Office - Part 1: The Alternatives

Access Away from the OfficeFast and easy Internet access is everywhere you go, right? Bill Meade begs to differ and shares his struggle to get connected on the road.

Hacking the Linksys NSLU2 - Debian and more

Linksys NSLU2Jim Buzbee brings us up to date on the state on what's happening with one of Linksys' most popular hacking platforms.

DIY NAS Smackdown

Bill Meade compares homebrew NASes using ClarkConnect, Ubuntu and Windows XP Pro and comes up with interesting and surprising results.

Build a Cheap and Fast RAID 5 NAS

Can a RAID 5 NAS that you make yourself outperform ready-made alternatives? Bill Meade finds out.

Homegrown Networks

Readers share their stories about building their own home networks. We look at three systems, one of which takes an especially unique approach to component integration.
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