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CTS 046: CWAP-402 Study Guide Released

Hey what’s up everyone. In today’s episode we talk about TP-Link discovering what it’s like to ignore DFS, Google Fiber going Wireless?, Data frame slicing with Airtool, and CWAP exam gets updated and so does the study guide. TP-Link Settles $200k with FCC for ignoring DFS and power limits FCC reaches settlement of $200k with…

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CTS 045: Wrap Up of Cisco Live 2016

Wow what a conference. Cisco Live 2016 met my expectations and more. With over 28,000 attendees we filled Las Vegas throughout the strip. At the Cisco Live, we collectively used about 40 TB of traffic! Impressive numbers. I have to give props to those who help set up the conference, especially WiFi. There were times…

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CTS 044: Cisco Live 2016

Cisco Live 2016 is here and I am attending for the first time. I am excited to meet many of the listeners of the Clear To Send podcast and to also get together with the folks I chat with all the time on social media. And of course I am looking forward to meeting new…

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CTS 043: Don’t Skip On Planning

This past week I’ve been busy with my colleagues setting up WiFi for a large event on campus. What I learned out of this was planning should always be a requirement. Would you start building a house without any plans? Little was known about what the requirements were. What we did know was we should…

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CTS 042: Interframe Spaces

Interframe spaces play an important role in 802.11 medium contention. They are used as additional medium contention protocols in addition to CCA and NAV. An interframe space, or IFS, is a quiet period access points and stations must wait before transmitting a frame. There are shorter interframe spaces used for higher priority data transmissions. Think…

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