In this presentation an overview of hardening SSH connections. With the increase of security threats, locking down remote connections is becoming more and more important.
Getting to Know Each Other. An in depth look at what it takes to get RRM working on many vendor solutions. How can you tune RRM to function like your mind when assigning channel and power levels.
If we told you, we’d have to kill you.
Mission critical WiFi requires continuous access and full spectrum monitoring to keep the WLAN secure and running optimally. For a nominal cost, a non-access third radio can continuously scan the full spectrum to provide timely and a more complete picture of the RF and security environments without the need for overlay sensors and the extra cabling and cost. With the […]
POE is a technology that wireless professionals use every single day, it is also one that is overlooked. When we better understand what is going on under the hood, then we can better troubleshoot and fix a problem. This will be a deep dive on how POE works, how it’s negotiated and functions. There are […]
Whereas in the past Wi-Fi networks were strictly indoor or outdoor, these days many operators get requests to design for both indoor and outdoor coverage in campus environments. In this talk, Vladan will discuss challenges one can meet when modeling a campus, such as modeling open areas with vegetation and uneven surfaces and providing WiFi […]
Manon and Sam discuss the Wi-Fi Pros slack channel, some interesting statistics, and how to join!
In the evolving IoT landscape, wireless links to sensors are supported on technologies such as WLAN, Bluetooth, Zigbee etc. Many cloud based platforms are emerging to implement business logic that creates physical effects and generates analytics using the wireless IoT sensors. This session covers how an enterprise WLAN access point is set to evolve into an IoT gateway to […]
This session will give you “deep peek” at many different types of antenna elements and explain their applications and design parameters. To compliment the antenna element design, we will also describe the different types of antenna radome materials, application and design parameters.
As network engineers, we often have to prove that “It’s Not the Network!” The easiest way to do that is to test bandwidth performance with tools like speedtest and iPerf. However, these tools are often misused or abused. We’ll cover their differences and how to use them more effectively.