The primary pieces of information necessary for Wireless network troubleshooting are listed below.
5. Line of Site
SSID: The Service Set Identifier. Here is the name of the network you're enthusiastic about joining. Wireless networks may be configured to broadcast this SSID, or to cover the SSID. If the SSID is broadcast, it will be listed in the "Wireless networks available ".If the SSID is NOT broadcast, you'll have to know exactly how it's spelled and capitalized to be able to join the network.
Security Type: This is the sort of encryption utilized on the wireless network to help keep data secure. Windows may figure this out for you, but it's important to learn what type of security will be used. This controls what type of security key and passphrase you are able to use. The common alternatives for security are listed below so as of their security level. No security is the smallest amount of secure and WPA2 is probably the most secure.
1. No security (also referred to as open)
2. Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) 64 bit
3. Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) 128 bit
4. Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) options include AES and TKIP
5. Wi-Fi Protected Access version 2 (WPA2) also including AES and TKIP