How to set up a secure home network

Tuesday, 6 March 2007, 10:16 AM EST

This article will walk you through the fine details of conceiving, installing, and securing a wired and Wi-Fi local-area network. For the purposes of this project, we're envisioning a 600-square foot physical space for four to eight people, with two sets of desks in the front of the office, and two sets of desks in the back of the office.

We'll call our fictional small business Ergo; it's an industrial design consulting firm. The goal here is to create a network that has multiple Ethernet outlets and ubiquitous WiFi access.

At InformationWeek.

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