I cannot tell you how many times I have been at a client site performing Wi-Fi troubleshooting where the system works fine for most devices but not for the one device type that the client needs for their productivity. The common misconception from the user’s point of view is, “The Wi-Fi here sucks.” Notwithstanding their […]Read more "Understanding Device Roaming Behavior Crucial to Effective Troubleshooting"
I was experimenting with Aruba Networks ability to use their AP units to spectrum analyze the RF and I thought of writing this post with regards to channel bonding capabilities of 802.11n and 802.11ac. I know that many of my clients do not understand how channel bonding works – at least not completely. So, I […]Read more "SpecAn and Channel Bonding"
I recently performed a couple troubleshooting visits to some new clients. In the process of discovering their wireless challenges we had to cover the capabilities of both their access points and their client devices. On the client devices side they had very little control, similar to just about all deployments, especially ones with Guest Access […]Read more "The Importance of Knowing Your Hardware"
This post originally appeared on the Wireless LAN Professionals website – http://www.wlanpros.com/automatic-radio-management-box-defaults-longer-good-enough/Read more "Automatic Radio Management – Out of Box defaults are no longer good enough."
This blog originally appeared on the Wireless LAN Professionals website – http://www.wlanpros.com/just-can-doesnt-always-mean/Read more "Just because you can, doesn’t always mean you should."