Ruckus R610 Access point

Ruckus R610 is a dual radio 2.4 GHz/5GHz 802.11ac Wave 2 access point. Diagonally it seems to be around 10″ so it is smaller than the 700 series access points. Great fit for home, home office, small office, retail, classrooms, hospitals etc. Below are some very high level feature set, for detailed list please see… Continue Reading Ruckus R610 Access point

Ekahau Survey Pro – Image Editing – Wish list Part 3

Previously I discussed the “Ekahau – Crop & Rotate Map” feature. It is a really good feature and I’m glad they finally added that in their software. With that being said as part of my “Ekahau wish list” I would like to discuss a feature that I would love to see in Ekahau, “Ekahau –… Continue Reading Ekahau Survey Pro – Image Editing – Wish list Part 3

Ekahau Survey Pro – Crop & Rotate Feature

Ekahau has added a pretty cool feature for the maps, it is called “Crop & Rotate Map”. I really like this feature because it makes the reports come out nice especially when the maps have extra space around them. I can simply crop the image file on my laptop within Ekahau and that makes a… Continue Reading Ekahau Survey Pro – Crop & Rotate Feature

Ruckus VSZ-H – Enable Rogue Detection

Ruckus VSZ-H is not a very friendly interface as compared to some of other vendor interfaces and at times if you have not done something for a while you may forget it easily. This applies to other vendor WLAN Management interfaces as well but definitely true for Ruckus VSZ. I will be adding some common… Continue Reading Ruckus VSZ-H – Enable Rogue Detection

Ekahau Survey Pro – Renaming Predictive Access points – Wish list Part 2

I have done a whole bunch of predictive surveys on Ekahau and with the latest application update when I am doing a predictive survey I noticed that access point names are showing up as “Simulated AP1”, “Simulated AP2” and so on as shown below: Now this is great, however, when I go and look at… Continue Reading Ekahau Survey Pro – Renaming Predictive Access points – Wish list Part 2

Wireless Adjuster (WA) – Initial Thoughts

I remember studying for my CWAP (Certified Wireless Analysis Professional) and after a few months of studying finally taking my test earlier this year. Reading through the CWAP material, training class from Devin Akin (CWNE #1) and multiple other resources I learned a great deal. The focus of CWNP certifications is to help understand the theory which then can… Continue Reading Wireless Adjuster (WA) – Initial Thoughts

5 GHz Frequency Conversion

Saw an awesome post from Troy Martin (Twitter handle – @troymart) on 5 GHz frequency conversion. Many times during my studies related to Wi-Fi I had to review the channel number and its frequency as it can be bit of a challenge to memorize them all. I normally would just remember the first one and… Continue Reading 5 GHz Frequency Conversion

Ekahau Survey Pro – Wish list Part 1

When it comes to performing WLAN site surveys there are many software tools out there but my experience mostly has been with Ekahau. It is a great piece of software with many awesome features loved by industry experts all over the world. This part 1 of my wish list series and I will at the… Continue Reading Ekahau Survey Pro – Wish list Part 1

Access Point Placement – Part 1

Designing a Wireless network is not just engineering and configuring hardware, but I feel there is lots of creativity and art that is involved in it. That is why if you are studying for a CWDP or reading any Wi-Fi Design best practices white paper, blog etc you will find that walking the site is… Continue Reading Access Point Placement – Part 1

Chromebook connectivity issues

I have come across a recent issue related to Chromebooks. At a particular site with about 200 plus Windows, Apple, Android devices working perfectly fine with no issues. They also had 30 Chromebooks which were constantly having connectivity issues no matter where they were in the building. Looking through the configurations of the Wi-Fi I… Continue Reading Chromebook connectivity issues

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