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Today Enterprises are experiencing a rising deluge of network traffic, which is overwhelming the typical network connections. With enterprises standardizing on Fast Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet network connections in their internal networks, The E1/T1 network connections between various enterprise locations are not enough to serve the purpose as well as not able to overcome the constant hunger of bandwidth. Wireless Solutions prevail over this type of situations in actual world.
We are providing different kind of wireless solutions,

1) Point to point connectivity
2) Point to multipoint connectivity
3) Base Station setup
4) Nstreme/ Nstreme2 connectivity
5) Wireless Mesh Network
6) Infrastructure Monitoring
7) Wi-Fi – hotspot with user manager
8) WISP Setup

1) Point to Point Connectivity
Point to Point links are an excellent way how to make connections between two sites and achieve high data transfer speeds. This is an ideal way how to connect two offices. Also these types of wireless links are very useful if you need to create backbone link from some distant radio access point to your main Internet source. For creating such connections we recommend to use our 5 GHz and 2.4 GHz wireless client kits.
2) Point to Multipoint Connectivity
Point to Multipoint connections are the most usual way how wireless ISPs connect their customers. They put access point somewhere high in the tower above the city or on some high building and then point their client antennas to this access point.
3) Base Station Setup
Base stations are meant to cover the 360 degree radius for the full coverage within 5 to 6 kms. The range of the base station varies upon the antenna gain and radio power. Base stations are providing easy managing capabilities and ease of troubleshooting. Base station setup is offering high throughput ratio to its connected clients.
4) Nstreme/Nstreme2 Connectivity
These are MikroTik proprietary wireless protocols to achieve outstanding performance on a very long range links. Regular wireless links will have large time delays for data traveling on a long distances, with Nstreme you do not have to worry about this anymore.
Nstreme2 goes even further by using two wireless cards in each end - one for transmit and one for receive.
5) Wireless Mesh Setup
A wireless mesh network is a communications network made up of radio nodes in which there are at least two pathways of communication to each node. The coverage area of the radio nodes working as a single network becomes a mesh cloud. Access to this mesh cloud is dependent on the radio nodes working in harmony with each other to create a radio network. A mesh network is reliable and offers redundancy. When one node can no longer operate, all the rest can still communicate with each other, directly or through one or more intermediate nodes.
6) Infrastructure Monitoring
EITL applies all the latest network monitoring tools at our disposal to ensure the maximum business continuity for you our customer we bring the following tools, protocols & technologies to bear on your IT Equipment:

• MikroTik's "The Dude®"...this centralized network monitoring & management tool forms the core of our network monitoring offering.
• Nagios... We offer support and assistance to those who have the legendary Nagios network monitoring system on their site.
• ManageEngine OPManager… We are also using this award winning software for several network monitoring tasks and remove the complexity associated with the network management.

7) Wi-Fi Hotspot With User Manager
A WiFi hotspot is a wireless access point provides Internet access to wireless network devices in public locations such as downtown centers, cafes, airports and hotels. A hotspot is a venue that offers WiFi access. The public can use a laptop, WiFi phone, or other suitable portable device to access the Internet. Of the estimated 150 million laptops, 14 million PDAs, and other emerging WiFi devices sold per year for the last few years, most include the WiFi feature.
For venues that have broadband service, offering wireless access is as simple as purchasing one AP and connecting the AP with the gateway box. Hotspots are often found at restaurants, train stations, airports, libraries, coffee shops, bookstores, fuel stations, department stores, and other public places. Many schools and universities have wireless networks in their campus.
8) WISP setup
We provide everything you need as an Service Provider - other than the radio network. EITL takes care of Core Network (advanced routing and bandwidth management), Auto Provisioning, Network Operations Centre functions, Customer Relationship Tracking, Business Metrics and Statistics as well as automation of all General Administration. WISP setup comprises of all the services listed in our solution list. Also we do the server room setup, configuration of all servers, firewall setup, proxy server, mail server, web server, vpn server, etc.