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Posted 15 March 2011 - 09:13 AM
MAC address filtering is pretty ineffective anymore as a security measure. MAC address`s can be cloned.
@ 1102. I have no experience with the Android. But doing some reading it would seem that it can be configured to use WPA. This would be the way to go in regards to setting up a secure connection.
Anything less, MAC filtering, WEP, etc. has and can be cracked fairly easily with tools readily available on the Internet.
Posted 24 March 2011 - 05:48 AM
I will say the Android tablet will do what you want it to do and much more.
There are many apps that will allow you to sync your contacts , calender and notes between all your computers and your New tablet together.
As far as the wireless goes and passwords go.....
I have similar situations as you. At work you will use an easy password to log in because its a probably a public wi-fi access.
At home you will be setting it up a bit different, all in all you will probably be using a password Key(a bunch or #'s and Letter's). Once you set it up and connect once.. the Tablet will remember your Home network and connect when your in range.So you wont have to enter a password each time.
Re-post with any problems on the wireless home network, and maybee someone can lead you in the right direction
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