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CTS 198: Fast BSS Transition – 802.11r

What is the purpose of 11r. Published in 2008 and rolled up to the 802.11 standard in 2012. An amendment to improve handoff from one AP to another. This handoff is the same with or without 11r, the device is what ultimately decides when and where to roam. As security was added, so were the…

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CTS 197: Getting Into Wi-Fi Consulting

We’re going to talk about a slightly different topic. We want to start a series on the business aspect of wireless. Some of you may be consultants, started your own business, or are thinking about starting your own consulting business. 2 1/2 years ago, I started a consulting business. The process of starting and managing…

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CTS 196: Awards, Wi-Fi Design Day, Ekahau

We’re approaching episode 200! And we’ll make it there before the end of the year. I can’t believe we’ve made it this far. A lot of this we thank you, the listener. IT Blog Awards hosted by CiscoClear To Send is a Finalist under Podcast and a Video Series! We can’t thank you guys enough…

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CTS 195: DevNet Associate Challenge

You’ve probably heard how a network engineer should learn how to code because the job is changing. Our network will be driven by APIs. The role is changing. It’s not going to be overnight. The role of a network engineer will always be important. The same goes for a wireless network engineer.  But we can…

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CTS 194: State of Wi-Fi 6 from WLPC

From the WLPC Prague presentation. We’ll go over our presentation and what we’ve found about Wi-Fi 6 from our testing. You can watch our WLPC Prague presentation on YouTube from the WLAN Pros channel. It will include a live Wi-Fi 6 demo where we include the audience. The demo consisted of 10 WLANpi running iPerf3…

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