How does Wi-Fi Calling work, and what do you need to consider on your wireless LAN?
I was playing around with my wireless networks at home and ‘forgot’ my main SSID on my iPhone. I knew that iCloud Keychain would add and synchronise new wireless networks and PSKs across devices, but […]
I’m sure I am not alone with my fellow Wi-Fi professionals in that when at a public venue I like to scope out for wireless access points; assess the installation location, positioning, and quality; and […]
Recently I was designing a warehouse wireless deployment for a customer which included outdoor coverage under awnings for the use of barcode scanners and VMUs (vehicle mounted units). The site was in the process of […]
I’ve been quiet with blog posts since returning from Wi-Fi Trek due to focusing on studying and passing the CWAP and CWSP exams, all done now! I passed CWDP at Wi-Fi Trek, so now I […]
CWNP Wi-Fi Trek conference kicks off today! Over 200 wireless professionals attending from around the world from various industries and backgrounds; from junior through to exec job roles, and zero to expertly certified. The opening […]
Some of you may already be aware of this pain point running WLC code 8.2 or later; this is when Cisco introduced the Flexible Radio Assignment (FRA) feature. If you’re running the default Dynamic Channel Assignment […]