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Cisco RRM: Clear To Send Hosts Cisco Champion Radio

François and I were fortunate to be able to host Cisco Champion Radio this week. We tackled the topic of Cisco Radio Resource Management (RRM) with subject matter expert, Jim Florwick. Jim is a Technical Marketing Engineer with deep knowledge of how Cisco RRM works. I started off the conversation by asking Jim what the…

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CTS 112: Wi-Fi Assurance With Sensors

Fred Niehaus and Wes Purvis, of Cisco, discuss how the network sensor brings an impact with Wi-Fi assurance. The Network Sensor This episode was all brought together because of a recent announcement of Cisco’s dedicated Wi-Fi network sensor. A smaller AP-looking device, similar to the Cisco 1815, that can be wall-mounted or placed close to…

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CTS 107: What’s The Purpose of Cisco CleanAir

Are you fully utilizing CleanAir to it’s maximum capability? We dive into the intricacies of Cisco CleanAir. This episode is sponsored by Metageek Cisco CleanAir Download your free CleanAir Reference Sheet PDF The earliest Cisco WLC version where Cisco CleanAir was released dates back to the 7.0 days. Sometime around the year 2010. Cisco CleanAir…

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CTS 104: Cisco DCA

What is Cisco DCA and how does it work with RRM. This episode is sponsored by Metageek Cisco RRM DCA – Dynamic Channel Assignment DCA, or Dynamic Channel Assignment, is a core component of Cisco Radio Resource Management (RRM). It runs a critical algorithm which dynamically changes an access points (AP) client serving channel based…

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CTS 103: Cisco WLC NDP

In this episode, we go over the Cisco Neighbor Discovery Protocol. The basis of Cisco RRM. This episode is sponsored by Metageek. Cisco WLC Neighbor Discovery Protocol (NDP) Cisco NDP, short for Neighbor Discovery Protocol and Neighbor Discovery Packets, is a critical component of Cisco’s auto RF feature, Radio Resource Management (RRM). The purpose of…

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