Let's face it. One of the reasons we choose to live in Madison County is because of it being a beautiful rural community. We have also heard the tired excuse about growth and how that will damage what we love so much about Madison County. Investing in broadband infrastructure does not necessarily mean higher taxes … Continue reading The Madison County, Virginia, Rural Broadband Conundrum
Over the last several months I have had the opportunity to do some writing about some of the cool stuff Aruba Networks has been working on. I wanted to write a quick post which brought all of the content together. Wi-Fi 6: Should You Believe the Hype?Transforming the Wireless ClassroomIs Early Wi-Fi 6 Buy-In Worth … Continue reading Bringing It All Together – Aruba Networks; Wifi 6 and #ATMDigital 2020
It seems as though things have been changing from day to day (or maybe hour to hour) over the last several months as we figure out ways to navigate a pandemic. Not many things are immune to the affects of the pandemic, no pun intended, and that includes reliable network access. K12 network engineer's minds … Continue reading Solar Powered Parking Lot WiFi – A Bright Spot in the Middle of a Pandemic
What is causing the mass exodus of some of the most prominent, customer facing employees at Ekahau? People like this just don't leave. Many of you are like me and are wondering what is going on over there. I am worried as a customer. I am worried as a friend to current and former employees. … Continue reading Hau Is This Happening?
All good things must come to an end. Virtual Cell is NOT going to be part of Fortinet's upcoming .11ax access point product line. I'm not certain of the exact reason but it would seem that the cost of engineering a chipset with proprietary features and efficiency gains from the advancement in technology brought by … Continue reading Rest Easy Old Friend; Virtual Cell Is Getting the (.11)ax
Note - Lighthouse image was used with permission from Ranveig Marie Photography. Check out her stuff here: Instagram, Facebook, and Flickr. This is part three of a multi-part post describing the tuning of Single Channel Architecture/Virtual Cell and taming ChromeOS roaming behaviors. Part one can be found here. Part two can be found here. We … Continue reading Distant Beacons – Part 3 – Calming the Seas
Note - Lighthouse image was used with permission from Ranveig Marie Photography. Check out her stuff here: Instagram, Facebook, and Flickr. This is part two of a multi-part post describing the tuning of Single Channel Architecture/Virtual Cell and taming ChromeOS roaming behaviors. Part one can be found here. It is no secret at this point … Continue reading Distant Beacons – Part 2 – A Single Port in the Storm
Note - Lighthouse image was used with permission from Ranveig Marie Photography. Check out her stuff here: Instagram, Facebook, and Flickr. This post will serve as part one of a multipart post concerning recent happenings involving client settings, client behavior, what was done to tune a network, and the results thereafter. Chromebooks have been around … Continue reading Distant Beacons – Part 1 – One Size Sail For Every Ship?
The other day I was working in Ekahau Site Survey and ran into an issue that I thought could use some improvement. I took to Twitter to voice my #ESSRequest. Rather than being met with affirmation, I had apparently committed a cardinal ESS sin by setting the scale of my project using the opening to … Continue reading #NoDoors
There are many good things continuing to happen with everyone's favorite wifi troubleshooting tool from Netscout. The AirCheck G2 will have new firmware released this coming week on Tuesday, October 23. These new features expand on the tool's already great feature set and should have any engineer feeling even more confident while troubleshooting. Version 3 … Continue reading AirCheck G2 v3.0; Building on a Wifi Testing Stalwart