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 people.

In this episode, I talk about the sessions I am going to be sitting in on and what they are about. If you are not attending Cisco Live, you can view these presentations after the conference is over. Cisco usually publishes the presentations and the videos which you could see with a free account over at ciscolive.com.

** News

I will be taking a 4 week vacation after Cisco Live which means there won’t be any new episodes published. You will get a fresh new episode on August 7th. Don’t miss me too much!

** Sessions

  • Design and Deployment of Wireless LANs for real time Applications – BRKEWN-2000
  • Cisco Catalyst 3850 and 3650 Series Switching Architecture – BRKARC-3438 7
  • Ways to Fail as a Wireless Expert – BRKEWN-2019
  • Understanding RF Fundamentals and the Radio Design for 11ac Wireless Networks – BRKEWN-2017
  • WiFI Considerations for the Open Workspace – PSOEWN-2000
  • Best practices to deploy high-availability in Wireless LAN Architectures – BRKEWN-3014
  • Analyzing and fixing WiFi issues – Cisco WLC tools and packet capture analysis techniques – BRKEWN-3000CCNA Wireless, master the 802.11 protocols! – BRKCRT-1100
  • Wireless Best Practices – BRKEWN-2670
  • Improve enterprise WLAN spectrum quality with Cisco’s advanced RF capacities (RRM, CleanAir, ClientLink, etc) – BRKEWN-3010
  • Advanced Enterprise Campus Design: Converged Access -BRKCRS-2888
  • Design and Deployment of Wireless LANs for real time Applications – BRKEWN-2000

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About the Author
Rowell, CWNE #210, is a network engineer in Higher-Ed. He enjoys working with wireless networking technologies and loves to share and engage with the community. You can connect with him on Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook.

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