3 months. The information can be downloaded and kept in central points.

Felix Perera, Colombo 7 is currently connected. Other fuel stations can be connected on request.

A Wi-Fi hotspot is a location where wireless internet connectivity is available for consumers. Some hotspots offer free connectivity while others charge for usage. Generally, the most common users of Wi-Fi are laptop users while the most common areas that offer Wi-Fi hotspots are airports, coffee shops, hotels and so on.

The device which you are trying to connect to the internet must be Wi-Fi compatible. Most portable computers, Smartphones and tablet devices are Wi-Fi enabled or has the necessary capability to add a Wi-Fi adapter, which will enable the device to connect to a Wi-Fi network.

No. While both use wireless technology to connect, Wi-Fi technology and Bluetooth technology are not interoperable. Bluetooth and Wi-Fi are different in several ways and are not necessarily in competition. Wi-Fi technology boasts faster data transfer speeds and range, making it a good replacement for Ethernet (802.3) systems, while Bluetooth requires less power and is therefore more prominent in small appliances, such as Mobile Phones, Tablet Devices and so on.

Most Wi-Fi points and routers claim to support up to 255 devices. Access points and routers support a small number (usually either 1 or 4) of wired Ethernet and the rest is via wireless connections.

Connecting 255 computers to a single Wi-Fi access point, while theoretically possible, is not recommended. Performance of such a network will be very poor. Instead, the installation of multiple access points to distribute the network load is recommended. By adding more access points to the network, any number of computers can be effectively supported (though the network becomes progressively more difficult to manage).

On a home network, while dozens of computers and other devices may connect to the router, the performance of a shared Internet connection will quickly degrade as more computers access the Web simultaneously.

Yes, while they can call the originator, he can call them as well. The cost of calls made to participants should be then paid for by the meeting originator.

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