Wireless Network Solutions
Wi-Fi has forever changed the way business users and consumers access the network. With millions of Wi-Fi devices shipping annually, the technology is integrated with virtually all mainstream mobile devices including laptops, tablets, PDAs, and even cameras, cell phones and MP3 players.
Waykat Services provides turnkey wireless network solutions with one diversified team. We have the expertise to handle all aspects of wireless network designs, builds, deployments, and integrations.
We deliver advanced wireless technology consultancy services including wireless network planning, RF site survey, wireless network design, wireless product supply, wireless network installation, training and support
Wireless / WLAN / Wi-Fi Network
If you are using 802.11 (WiFi) wireless networking to expand the reach of your office or home LAN,
Waykat Services can help you design a viable WiFi topology, recommend appropriate hardware and software components, and integrate access points, wireless LAN client adapters, bridges, antennas and accessories. We can also help you create a wireless security strategy that fits within the security plan for your entire home or business network.
Building-to-Building Wireless Bridging
Waykat Services offers expert wireless consulting to help you plan, implement and maintain point-to-point and point-to-multipoint wireless bridges that give you an inexpensive way to integrate multiple buildings into a seamless network. This means all your nearby offices can be wirelessly networked securely and professionally by our qualified technicians wheather it is from the main office of house to another building like a spperate building as shown below
Or it is to a remote location whether it is up to 10 mk's away or 50 km's away as shown below Waykat Services can provide a solution.
Wireless Networks are Complex
For those of us who use wireless networking at home, WLANs can seem pretty simple.
Just buy an access point, a few wireless client adapters, and you can have a network running almost out of the box. But architecting wireless networks for business or corporate use is a totally different proposition that it requires in-depth experience in second-generation 802.11 architectures, identity-based networking, VLANS, VPNs, current vendor engineering practices and their associated products, RF behaviour, RF site survey, traffic modelling, CoS and QoS implementation, and the ten or more different strategies for wireless network secruity.
Wireless Network Security
If the wireless network is not designed correctly, it can become Insecure. Take the Wi-Fi Alliance's Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) security scheme for example. WPA is available now, and appears to provide the security we need. However in practice, it provides only moderate-strength authentication and encryption. Worse still, it can straight away compromise the security of your existing IT systems if not done correctly.
More than ten different solutions to wireless network security including WEP, WPA, WPA2, AES, TKIP, Cisco LEAP, EAP-TLS, EAP-TTLS, PEAP, Layer 3 VPNs, Layer 7 VPNs (e.g. SSH2), TLS/SSL, WLAN security appliances (EWGs), Layer 2 Enterprise Encryption Gateways (EEG), and Access Point-based VPNs.