I think the writer is Timothy Dennehey, but this looks like a “keeper” for the times when you get involved with a high density WiFi design A project that has been consuming a lot of my time these days is how to deploy high density Wi-Fi in indoor and outdoor arenas and other high capacity […]
I’ve got wireless problems that I can’t solve. I’m using the MetaGeek Chanalyser and a Wispy DBx to perform spectrum analysis and I can’t work out what these bursts are.
I’m in San Jose for the GestaltIT Wireless Tech Field Day and I’ll be live blogging the event in this post, so check regularly to get updates. There will also be live stream where you can watch the presentations with us and listen in on the discussions.
I’m hoping to a bit more content rich on this event, since I have access to power & laptop so should be able to get more photos, documents and other material into the live post.
Packet Pushers Unplugged looks at the impact of too many iPads on wireless networks, fast roaming and personal WiFi devices.
Guests This Week Blake Krone blakekrone.com @blakekrone Rocky Gregory intensified.com @bionic_rocky Chris Lyttle wifikiwi.com @wifikiwi Show Notes: Item 1 – Firesheep, Blacksheep, is it really news that open wifi is not secure? http://techcrunch.com/2010/11/08/firesheep-blacksheep/ Item 2 – Which EAP / PEAP is better & why ? Item 3 – RTLS: What is it and how you […]
This is the first podcast from the Packet Pushers devoted entirely to Wireless Networking. After Jennifer Huber joined the Packet Pushers on Show 14 – Bum Bugling on Cisco Clean Air we agreed that a wireless podcast about every month or so would be worth doing. Herewith, is the first episode of Packet Pushers Unplugged on wireless networking with our usual combination of wit and technical talent. Well, at least, some wit anyway.
Show 14 and we’ve managed to get polite fart jokes and Cisco Wireless Networking in the same show. A new high for the Packet Pushers!!!
Collection of useful, relevant or inane places on the the Internets for 16 Jan 10: