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Thanks! --John Navas 23:13, 24 May 2006 (UTC)
Hi John, this is great. I'm trying to help, so I added something about EDGE which I use for my laptop and Blackberry. If you're interested, I'm working on Travel.wikia.com Please reply to me at Gil as I don't check this wikia very often.
Thanks! --Gil Penchina 13:23, 23 June 2006
Hi John -
Thanks! --Mike 02:59, 28 July 2007 (UTC)
- Mike, I can't keep up with all your changes, some of which are simply wrong. As a result, I have to insist you discuss proposed changes with me before making them. I don't want to lock down the Wireless Wiki, but I will if I have to. --John Navas 03:28, 28 July 2007 (UTC)
Hi John - I revisited the WIKI to review your comments and was surprised to read the words "simply wrong" Wow, I certainly missed the mark! When you get a moment, please let me know one or more entries I made that are simply wrong so I can contribute great content. I like the WIKI. It is really needed and I'd like to point folks to it so they can grow more depth to their WiFi knowledge. Perhaps a first entry to clear up is the entry regarding WPA. I see the Hawk was removed from WPA, but left Ztek. I thought both products provide WPA. I'm obviously missing the point. So, I'll run items by you first. --Mike 19:45, 28 July 2007 (UTC)
Hi, JNavas. I'm a founder of 'human communications wikia'. I visit this Wikia to find good friends who can discuss with me about wireless technology. I'm welcome any body who can talk with including you. Nice to meet you here again.
wifi on a boat
I am new in network designing world. I read your article titled " wi-fi on boat" and I suppose with myself if i can ask you to help me. i am an engineer in Iran and I need to design wireless network for boats using access points. I need to know what devices are required.
I really appreciate your help.
zainab javanmard184.108.40.206 14:31, June 7, 2012 (UTC)
- I no longer maintain this site. The new site is Navas Wireless Wiki, and the new Wi-Fi on a Boat page is here
- John Navas 14:52, June 7, 2012 (UTC)