As one working in the field I’ve found myself using, and reusing certain sets of information.
Some on a daily basis. These documents have found a home on my iPad that I use for housing technical resources to have as a reference when the need arises.
A subset of these I have chosen to print to card stock, and then laminate and I carry these with me for even quicker reference. I’ve complied these specifically because of their value in answering recurring questions.
Some are useful for sharing information with customers and client. Others are helpful for explaining concepts to students. Still others are great when I’m doing troubleshooting and need a very specific tidbit of information – especially those referring to details of 802.11 frames. I find it difficult to remember all the explicit Wireshark display filters for example, and so have a chart handy for those times when I need to find a particular frame subtype.
Where possible, I’ll try and source the specific location and URL of where I found these resources in the first place. Some I’ve had for many many years and have lost the links to where I found them. If any of these are your work – I apologize if I haven’t attributed your work accordingly. Know that I find each and every one of these valuable enough to carry with me in my WLAN Professionals’ toolkit.
If you recognize any of these and know of the original author – please let me know and we’ll update the blog to give appropriate attribution. In no particular order – the next series of blog posts will each highlight one of these laminated cards.
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Here’s the first card – please feel free to download and use as your for you own reference. Click on the image at it will take you to the “full size” version.