Monthly Archives: July 2010

What model of AP is best to use with the WLC ?

Some of this is personal preference and/or what you happen to have on hand. I have converted 1130, 1200 and 1241 from autonomous to LWAPP mode. I have also implemented the 1142 native LWAPP AP’s as well. The AP’s seem … Continue reading

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What is RRM ?

If you are getting ready to move to Cisco’s WLC system, one of the terms you should have heard by now is RRM. This is short for Radio Resource Management. Part of the communication between the LWAP’s and the controller(s) … Continue reading

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Useful Cisco WLC commands – Preparing for code upgrade

I recently starting doing the prep work to be ready for doing the initial testing with a Cisco Clean Air LWAP when it arrives. One of the first things I had to do was the upgrade the controller I am … Continue reading

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A013 – Mode N Improvements

Episode A013 – Mode N Improvements Click Play Below or Right-Click Here to Download [Audio clip: view full post to listen] Here is a conversation I had with Joe Bardwell, Chief Scientist and President of Connect802 about Mode N and … Continue reading

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How to choose a UPS ?

In doing some research for a couple of projects I am working on as well as content for the website, I came across the following document on APC’s website – http://www.apcmedia.com/salestools/SADE-5TNQYF_R0_EN.pdf. This answers some question I had when I first … Continue reading

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A012 – Mode N and what is OFDM ?

Episode A012 – Mode N and what is OFDM ? Click Play Below or Right-Click Here to Download [Audio clip: view full post to listen] Here is another conversation I had with Joe Bardwell, Chief Scientist and President of Connect802 … Continue reading

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eBook – Using the iPhone or iPad as a Technical Support Tool v1.0

This eBook is the information that I came across as I looked for a way that either the iPhone or iPad could be used as a Technical Support Tool for those who are involved with supporting networks on a daily … Continue reading

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A011 – Getting Ready for Mode N

Episode A011 – Getting Ready for mode N Click Play Below or Right-Click Here to Download [Audio clip: view full post to listen] Here is the first of several conversations I had with Joe Bardwell, Chief Scientist and President of … Continue reading

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NTP and your network

Having your entire network in time sync may seen like a luxury but when troubleshooting problems in one part of the network or the network as a whole, it can be priceless. If you have a network that crosses multiple … Continue reading

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DDNS and Cisco Gear

Keeping track of remote offices that are on VPN connections or arent connected to the corporate network when an MPLS connection is an option can be a challenge. Some ISP’s really want to gouge you for a “static” ip that … Continue reading

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