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CTS 175: Wi-Fi Security Updates with Hendrik Lüth

In this episode, we are interviewing Hendrik Lüth on the state of Wi-Fi security today. Hendrik works as a System Engineer for CANCOM in Germany. You can follow him on Twitter @DO9XE and on Linkedin. You can also visit and read his blog at https://linux-nerds.de/. Agenda Start conversation with the “2018” status of WiFi security WPA2...


CTS 174: Takeaways From Cisco Live

Welcome to this episode where we do a quick recap of how Cisco Live went this year in San Diego. This is one of the few rare moments when both hosts are in the same city. Cisco Live Recap with Rasika and Stephen Check out this short video we recorded with Rasika and Stephen getting...


CTS 173: WiFi Medley 001

This week’s episode is the eve of Cisco Live. Rowell & François will be headed to San Diego for a week of learning, recording, and networking with other likeminded individuals. In this episode, we talk about various topics of Wi-Fi. You can take a look at an example of sessions we’re looking forward to at...


CTS 172: Conference Wi-Fi

This Week In Wireless Rowell recorded a video on Wi-Fi 6 on David Bombal’s YouTube channel Long version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uZMA4p00c9g Short version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r62vs2uyQjM Huawei Huawei is temporarily pushed out of the Wi-Fi Alliance Wi-Fi Alliance is fully complying with the recent U.S. Department of Commerce order without revoking Huawei Technologies membership. Wi-Fi Alliance has temporarily restricted...


CTS 171: Designing Wi-Fi Networks In Higher Education

Recently, I joined the wonder folks at iBwave to deliver a webinar on the topic of designing Wi-Fi networks in Higher Education. Thanks so much iBwave for providing me the opportunity to discuss Wi-Fi design in front of their audience. The agenda items I cover in this webinar: Challenges we see today Approach to Wi-Fi...


CTS 170: APoS Site Surveys

Historically, AP-on-a-Stick (APoS) surveys were the only way to find out where to place the access points. We didn’t have any of the fancy software we have today to predict how the Wi-Fi signal will behave in our space. However, we still perform APoS today. In this episode, we will explain why we still use...


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