You know that predictive design that you spent HOURS working on…what would you say if I told you that it is wrong and it’s not your fault? Read on to find out why.
The days of overnight maintenance windows are coming to an end. The team at Cisco has been working hard to redefine their WLAN software to provide some key features for helping ease transitions of your network. Read on to see how Cisco has decoupled the WLAN.
The 5G “experts” want you to believe that Wi-Fi is dead and that cellular technology will reign supreme. I think they are sadly mistaken, as do the folks over at Aruba, an HPE company. Check out this post discussing the fallacy of the 5G over Wi-Fi argument.
Have you ever had trouble connecting to a public Wi-Fi network and couldn’t get your work done while on the road? Check out how the team over at Cisco thinks they can solve this problem once and for all.
Let me introduce you to my friend with a new name, but the same great tools we’ve all come to love over the years. Introducing….netAlly.
It’s that time of year again where a few mobility minded network engineers, designers, teachers, and experts are invited out to the always sunny Silicon Valley to spend time collaborating with some of the best companies in the networking world as a part of Mobility Field Day 4. Over the course of three days, August…
I’m sure you’ve heard of dragonblood, but what is it and how does it affect your Wi-Fi network security? Read on for my thoughts on this set of WPA3 vulnerabilities.
With new technologies we always face the chicken and egg problem of having either access points (and no client devices) or client devices (and no access points) that slows adoption. That problem for 802.11ax is ending fast…